How to Delete only Filtered Rows without the Hidden Rows in Excel

In this article, we will learn how to delete only filtered Rows without the hidden rows.

Many of you asking how to delete the selected rows without disturbing the other rows.

We will use Find & Select option in Excel 2016.

Let’s understand this with an example.
Here we have a data set.
Now we need to delete the rows with City : Boston
As you can see filtered Rows with City:Boston

Now I will select these rows which are to be deleted.
Go to Home > Find & Select > Go To Special
Go To Special dialog box appears
Select Visible cells only > OK

You will see the selected region as shown below. Right click on any selected cell > Select Delete Row
It shows a warning as shown below
Click Ok.
As you can see selected rows are deleted. To view other cells. To view other cells, Double click on the red part shown in the left in the snapshot.
You will get your desired output as shown below in the table.
This is a very useful function while editing data in your worksheet.

Hope you understood how to remove Only Filtered Rows in Excel 2016. Find more articles on Editing of Data here. Please share your query below in the comment box. We will assist you.

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