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hello everyone and welcome to this session of Excel 2010 tips and tricks many times people have asked me this question that they had a small Excel file they open it up made a small change closed it after saving it and it increased the size size of the file tremendously this is pretty normal what happens is Excel sometime loses the track of the used area it miss identifies the used area and its and stores a large number of empty cells take the example of this sheet right here logically the last working cell should be D 15 but when I hit ctrl n which should take me to just D 15 its taking me to said 52 and this definitely will impact the size of the file now how do you get rid of all these empty cells after D 15 you will have to physically remove them how you do it is you select a cell on the right side of D of column D and then any any cell would do just select it and then hit ctrl shift spacebar Im sorry could for the column its control spacebar and then shift end to make sure its