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How should I highlight all rows above row 600 so I could then remove the
unwanted _<Division 2 Category>_ entries from my spreadsheet?
When working on a Calc sheet, I copied a drop down list, i.e, _<Division
2 Category>_, to the end of column [AC]. Still not sure how to correctly
do that! The way I did it was to first highlight the column's
heading/label_,_ _[_AC_]_; doing that highlighted the entire column.
Then, I de-selected the heading/label... I think there is a shortcut key
combination to accomplish this, but unsure.
(There is no data within columns above row 600 other than within column
Now, I want to remove all entries that are located above row 600. I
used Ctrl-End, which got me /there/, but I need to highlight all rows
above row 600 - to the very last row, and then "Clear All" the data
contained within cells that are above row 600, somehow????
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