Recently, a colleague sent me an Excel spreadsheet with the first column (Column A) hidden.

It took me a few minutes to realize what was going on–I could see a partial word in Column B and simply thought I needed to adjust the column width.   After fiddling with it for a few minutes, I realized that Column A was hidden and that the partial word was simply a word in Column A that continued into the Column B cell which didn’t happen to have any data.

I use Excel a lot and thought, no problem, I can change this.  Well, I discovered I didn’t know how to unhide the Column A.  Thanks goodness for the Internet!  I did a quick search and found an excellent article that told me exactly what to do.  Sometimes, it’s that easy but not always.

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If you’d like the answer on how to unhide the Column A, check out the article that I found here.