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Collapsing and Expanding Outline Levels

When you create an outline, the areas above and to the left of your worksheet are marked by one or more brackets that terminate in hide detail symbols, which have minus signs on them. The brackets are called level bars. Each level bar indicates a range of cells that share a common outline level. The hide detail symbols appear above or to the left of each level's summary column or row.

To collapse an outline level so that only the summary cells show, click that level's hide detail symbol. For example, if you no longer need to see the sales numbers for January, February, and March in the outlined worksheet (refer to Figure 9-30), click the hide detail symbol above column E. The worksheet then looks like Figure 9-33.


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