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    unhiding left most columns (excel 2000)

    i am working on sheet2 of a worksheet and have hidden columns a-u. I want to unhide them.
    I know column a is present, because when i do a find on some data, I get the a1 cell showing up in my cell indicator on the formula bar. but it does not display column a. Likewise I can "find" data in f1. I have tired "auto format width" entire worksheet. I have tried unhide entire worksheet. I can't click on the left surrounding cell since column A is the first column.

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    Re: unhiding left most columns (excel 2000)

    Select the entire worksheet then menu Format Column Unhide.
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    Re: unhiding left most columns (excel 2000)

    worked like a charm - thanx

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