Clear Data Entry Cells in Microsoft Excel
This question seems to be asked a lot, and it's very simple, even for a
novice Excel user.
Suppose you enter data, print the worksheet, and then you want to clear the
worksheet to enter more data, and print again.
Just select all of the cells, using the Ctrl key if they're not contiguous,
and hit Insert®Name®Define
and give it a name like "MyData". Then, record yourself a macro that does the
Edit®Go to and type in MyData and hit Enter.
- Hit your Delete key.
- Stop recording.
Click here to learn how
to record a macro in Microsoft Excel.
Click here to learn how to assign the macro to a button.
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