How to resize row height or column width to fit text in Excel?
You may often have such a problem that the cell is too small to show all the text in Excel. Now I will tell you how to resize the cell to fit your text in Excel.
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If your data is so long for the cell, you need to resize the column width of the cell.
Select the cell and click Home > Format > AutoFit Column Width. See screenshot:
Now you can see the cell is resized to fit the text.
If you want to resize the row height, you can click Home > Format > AutoFit Row Height.
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 3 months agoSince my Excel typically have (1) long text that takes multiple wraps to display in a single cell, and (2) multiple line text created using Alt-Enter and also wrap, the way I use to resize row width takes several steps. (1) change the column to text mode (2) turn off wrap on the entire column (3) turn wrap back on (4) double click the small line between two row numbers on the left, e.g. between the "2" and the "3" Excel row numbers.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoMaybe a faster solution is to double click the small space between the column headers "A" and "B" to auto fit the column width. Same works for the column height.