Removing all the filters on an Excel spreadsheet

If you have a spreadsheet that has a lot of column filters set, it can be laborious (and probably error-prone) to try and delete all the filters one at a time. But by using the CTRL – SHIFT – L keyboard shortcut, you can turn them all off at once. Here’s an example…

In this spreadsheet, I have filters set on all three columns and I want to remove them:


When I use the keyboard shortcut of CTRL – SHIFT – L, all the filters are removed and I’m back to seeing the full spreadsheet again:


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