Excel 2010 has an excellent feature to conceal the selected rows, columns, and sheets, this could be very handy especially when you want to protect specific content from any sort of detrimental usage. Launch Excel 2010 workbook in which you want to hide rows, columns or sheets. For illustration, we have included a workbook containing multiple sheets in which we will be hiding rows, columns etc.
In desired spreadsheet select the rows (for multiple non-contagious selection hold Ctrl key) you want to hide and navigate to Home tab.
From Cells group, click Format button. Now from Hide & Unhide options, click Hide Rows.
Upon click it will automatically hide the selected rows. The rows 2,3,5 and 7 numbers are now hidden.
For hiding the columns in specific sheet, select the columns you want to hide.
Repeat the same procedure for it, from Format –> Hide & Unhide options, click Hide Columns, upon click the selected columns will be hidden.
Now select the sheet which you want to hide.
Click Hide Sheet from Hide & Unhide options.
Upon click the whole sheet will be concealed.
Unhide Rows, Columns, and Sheets
For revealing the hidden sheets, rows and columns, click Format, and from Hide & Unhide options, click the respective option available in the menu.
You can also check out previously reviewed guides on Tracking Formula Precedents & Dependents and Show complete formula instead of Evaluated Result in Excel 2010.