Find max of visible Microsoft Excel rows

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Sorry if this question is confusing. I'm in Microsoft Excel 2010. I have several rows of data. I would like to find the max for each specific row. But here's the catch: My formula should only take the max from visible data (not hidden). How can I do that?
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Try something like this, omitting the hidden columns.
It takes max of A thru D  skips hidden columns E, F then uses G thru I.
=MAX(A1:D1,G1:I1)

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