The Go To Special tool within Excel is a must for any serious Excel user as it has an array of useful spreadsheet formatting and clean up tools.

One that I use all the time is the Go To Special > Blanks.  This allows you to delete multiple blank rows/column within seconds.  I show you how below.

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