Delete empty rows

Note: Make sure you already don’t have any cells or rows hidden. If you have hidden items, you may lose that data.

Step 1: Select the column from which you want to choose those empty or blank cells. (Let’s say Column A)
Step 2: Press F5 (Function Key). Click on Special and Select Blanks and Click OK.

Step 3: The Blank Cells will be highlighted now.

Step 4: Use the keyboard shortcut key (Ctrl + 9) to hide the rows which has highlighted cells. (Click here for keyboard shortcuts for hiding and unhiding rows and columns in Excel.)

Step 5: Use Select Visible Commands, to select only rows that are visible and Press Ctrl + C to copy the entire worksheet. This doesn’t copy the hidden rows. (Select Visible Command is a hidden option in Excel, if you don’t know how to use it or where it is, read ‘How to select only visible cells in Excel?’)

Step 6: Paste (Ctrl + V) it in a new sheet. Now you have a new sheet which doesn’t have any empty rows. You can delete the old sheet if you want!

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Force recalculation

Press F9 Calculates formulas that have changed since the last calculation, and formulas dependent on them, in all open workbooks. If a workbook is set for automatic calculation, you do not need to press F9 for calculation.

Press SHIFT+F9 Calculates formulas that have changed since the last calculation, and formulas dependent on them, in the active worksheet.

Press CTRL+ALT+F9 Calculates all formulas in all open workbooks, regardless of whether they have changed since last time or not. (Application.CalculateFull)

Press CTRL+SHIFT+ALT+F9 Rechecks dependent formulas, and then calculates all formulas in all open workbooks, regardless of whether they have changed since last time or not.