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For example, if you want to delete A column. Click A and then right click. Select delete.

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Even though your question appears incomplete I think I know what you mean. To print one column you have to select the whole column by clicking on the column header. Then if you're in Excel 2007: 1) click on the Page Layout tab in the ribbon 2) in the Page Setup section select Print Area/Set ...

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Assuming the data is in A1 to A155 =COUNTIF(A1:A155,"x") will suffice. For more on the syntax try the advanced Excel manual available for 2003 and 2007 at http://www.mousetraining.co.uk/ms-training/microsoft-excel-training-courses.html
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Excel - Conditional Formatting Bug

Check to make sure the the row number in the formula matches up with the row number the formatting is on. You might have COUNTIF(A:A,A2)>1 on row 3 so the formatting is dependant on what is in a2 rather than a3.

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In C13 enter =B13+D13. Then select C13 through C113 and use Control-D to Fill Down.

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