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To unhide a column in Excel, you can follow these steps:

1. Select the columns on either side of the hidden column. For example, if column C is hidden, you would select columns B and D.

2. Right-click on one of the selected column letters. A context menu will appear.

3. In the context menu, choose "Unhide." This option will unhide the hidden column.

Alternatively, if you know the specific column letter that is hidden:

1. Click on the column letter to the left of the hidden column and the column letter to the right of the hidden column. For example, if column C is hidden, click on column B and column D.

2. With both columns selected, right-click on one of the selected column letters.

3. In the context menu, choose "Unhide."

The hidden column will now be visible again.

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To unhide a column in Excel, you can follow these steps:

1. Select the columns on either side of the hidden column. For example, if column C is hidden, you would select columns B and D.

2. Right-click on one of the selected column letters. A context menu will appear.

3. In the context menu, choose "Unhide." This option will unhide the hidden column.

Alternatively, if you know the specific column letter that is hidden:

1. Click on the column letter to the left of the hidden column and the column letter to the right of the hidden column. For example, if column C is hidden, click on column B and column D.

2. With both columns selected, right-click on one of the selected column letters.

3. In the context menu, choose "Unhide."

The hidden column will now be visible again.
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