In this tutorial, you will learn how to find and delete words in Google Sheets.
How to Find and Delete Words in Google Sheets
Have you ever needed to delete certain words or phrases from your data? Perhaps you are cleaning up a list of names, or you are trying to find and delete all of the entries with a certain word.
Google Sheets makes this process easier than ever with its powerful Find and Replace feature. With this tool, you can quickly search through your data and delete words or phrases with just a few clicks.
In this guide, we will show you how to find and delete words in Google Sheets.
How to Replace Words in Google Sheets
Here’s our step-by-step guide on how to replace words in Google Sheets.
First, open the document where you want to find and delete words.
In this example, we want to find all instances of the text “Red” and replace it with an empty string instead.
Next, click on the option Edit > Find and replace. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+H.
In the Find field, type the word you want to delete. Since we want to delete the word, we’ll leave the Replace field as it was.
Click on the Find button to select an occurrence of the given word.
Hit the Replace button to delete the word.
You may also choose the Replace all function to delete all instances of the word at once.
Click on Done to leave the Find and Replace dialog box.
This guide should be everything you need to learn how to find and delete words in Google Sheets.
Click this link to make a copy of this sample document to try doing it yourself!