Sometimes, we like our spreadsheet to give focus to what is on it. General formatting: colours, borders etc. do help, but even better is to remove all unneeded columns and rows, along with other distractions. For this to work, the top of the last row needs to be visible. Here is a finished example:
So how do we achieve this:
- Decide on the cells you want to keep. In this case it was A1:G13
- Select Cell A:13 then freeze Rows at that cell from File Menu
- Next drag and select all columns to the right of G and delete
- Now drag and select rows from A15 to A999 and delete
- Set row size of A14 to some outrageous like 1500
- Select A14:G14 and set to the lightest gray (next to white) colour to match
- While A14:G14 is selected protect the range to “Only You”
That should be that, clean and clear….: the view should be fixed, the “Adds 100 rows” should be nowhere to be seen, and we can focus on the job in hand.
Note: screenshot was taken by going fullscreen in browser (F11) then by selecting Fullscreen from the View menu.
This could all be done with google apps scripting, watch this space!