If you ever need to insert multiple blank rows into your data, doing it manually could be very time consuming if you have a large data set. Here’s a quick way to do this by inserting a blank row into your data after every Nth record.  

  I realize it’s a bit of cluster bomb and I might have put a bit too much in it 🙁 To accomplish our task we’re going to need to add a helper column.  

  All the zero’s in our helper column should now be selected and we can now insert our rows.  

  Sweet, now we’ve got a blank row every Nth record.