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How to Remove Table Formatting In Excel

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To remove table formatting in Excel, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Table: Click anywhere inside the table that you want to remove formatting from. This action will activate the Table Tools tab on the Excel ribbon.

  2. Go to the Table Tools Tab: Once the table is selected, navigate to the Table Tools contextual tab at the top of the Excel window. This tab appears only when you have a table selected.

  3. Convert to Range: Within the Table Tools tab, locate the “Design” tab. In the Design tab, you'll see various options for modifying the table. Look for the “Tools” group.

  4. Click on Convert to Range: In the “Tools” group, you'll find an option named “Convert to Range”. Click on this option. Excel will prompt you with a confirmation dialog box asking if you're sure you want to convert the table to a normal range. Click “Yes” or “OK” to confirm.

  5. Confirm the Conversion: After confirming the conversion, Excel will remove the table formatting while retaining the data and formulas. Your table will now appear as a regular range of cells without any special formatting or features.


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