Hiding Group & Outline Symbols in Microsoft Excel 2010

In this article, we will learn about how we can hide the group and outline in Microsoft Excel 2010.

Outline: -An Outline helps to separate top level and details. It is easy to create an Outline using Auto Outline option in Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013.

“Group”: - This is used to create an outline or groups of rows and columns automatically.

You can use the shortcut Keys (Shift+Alt+ Right) or Alt>A>G>G.

Before hiding the group and outline symbols, we will learn about how we can create the Outline and Group.

To create the Outline, follow below given steps:-

  • Open in-built marketing budget plan in Excel workbook.
  • Go to File tab, Click on New.
  • New window will appear.
  • Click on Budget in Suggested Searches.

 
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  • Search Marketing Budget plan.
  • Choose any one template.

 
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  • Management budget plan’s excel file will get open.
  • Select the whole page of Excel’s sheet.

 
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  • Go to Data Tab, click on Auto outline group in the outline group.

 
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  • We can see that groups will create as per the row, column, and the header as well.

 
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To create the group, follow below given steps:-

  • Select the data range where we want to make the group.

 
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Go to Data tab and click on group from the Outline group.
 
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  • Group will get inserted. When you will click on level, selected data will get hidden, and to show the data again click on 2.

 
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To hide the group and outline, you can press the key Ctrl+8, or

  • Go to Data tab, click on Ungroup under the Outline group.
  • From the drop down list, select clear outline.

 
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This is the way we can hide the group and outline symbols in Microsoft Excel.
 
 

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