Unhiding Column A should no longer be a usability nightmare
Unintuitive tricks are required to unhide column A once it's been hidden. Why not provide a hover click-target that offers to reveal column A if the mouse pointer lingers up in the left edge of the header of column B? In fact, why not use such a widget to allow any hidden columns to be revealed? If I leave my mouse pointer in the column header row adjacent to a hidden column, that is what I want to do.
We now make this much easier with Excel 2016 – there’s a special hit target if column A is hidden.
BOLOGNY: HOW DO I UNHIDE COLUMN A IN 2010
Kenneth Barber commented
Yeah, I don't see any target either.
Where is the special hit target to unveil column A. The column A keeps mysteriously disappearing and I cannot understand why. Please advise.