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How can Excel select blanks?
Excel can select any blank (empty) cells in a region by the following:
1. Select the appropriate region on your spreadsheet.
2. From the Home tab, select the Find & Select button in the Editing group click the 'Go To Special' link.
3. Then select Blanks and click OK.
(In Excel 2003 click Edit menu, Go To, Special... button, then select Blanks, click OK).
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