How to remove Alt + Enter in Excel
If you have a lot of cells in your Excel sheet that have line breaks with Alt + Enter, it is a lot of work to remove and restore the line breaks one by one. If you use the mouse to delete them, it will take a lot of time and effort. There is a way to delete line breaks using a shortcut key, so learn this to work efficiently and improve your productivity.
Shortcut for deleting a new line
Ctrl + H
Access Key: Alt + H + F + D + R
control + H
Remove line feeds with shortcuts
For information on how to remove line feeds with shortcuts, see the following.
Total Time: 1 minute
Select a cell
Select the cell that contains the data.
Selecting a range of cells containing line breaks
Press Ctrl + A to select a range of cells that have data containing line breaks.
Specify a line break with a shortcut
Press Ctrl + H or Alt + H + F + D + R. The Find and Replace dialog box is now displayed. Place the cursor in the Find what text box and press Ctrl + J. Press Tab twice, then press A.
Check the number of replacements
The Microsoft Excel dialog box is now displayed. Confirm the number of replacements and press Enter.
Newline deletion complete
All line breaks contained in the selected cells have been removed.