How to change cell size to inches/cm/mm/pixels in Excel?
In Excel, and in some cases, you want to change cell size to inches, cm, mm or pixels to match you data or need. Now this tutorial is talking about the method to change Excel cell size to inches, cm, mm or pixels.
In Excel, you can set the cell size as inches/cm/mm by Rule Units.
1. Enable Excel, and click File or Office button > Options > Advanced. See screenshot:
2. Then go to right part and scroll down to the Display section, and select the unit you want to set the cell size from Ruler units list. See screenshot:
3. Click OK. And then shift to Page Layout view by clicking View > Page Layout , see screenshot:
4. Then select the cells whose size you will change, and click Home > Format > Row Height or Column Width to resize the cell.
If you want to switch cell size to inches, cm, mm or pixels, you can use Kutools for Excel’s Adjust Cell Size function to quickly resize cells.
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1. Select the cells you want to change, and click Kutools > Format > Adjust Cell Size. See screenshot:
2. In the popping dialog, check the unit type you want to change to from the Unit type section, then you check both Row height and Column width boxes, and enter the number of the unit into the textboxes. And click Ok, and the selected cells are change their sizes. See screenshot:
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