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Wrap Text in Cells

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When you have long lines of text, you can display them in one column instead of having them go across the screen which is typical when the text doesn't fit in the cell.

Wrap Text in Cells

1.  Highlight the cells containing the text you want to wrap.

2.  Click the Format menu and select Cells from the menu that appears.

3.  Click the Alignment tab.

4.  Click the Wrap text check box.

5.  There will now be a check displayed in the check box.

6.  Click the OK button.

Tip: To unwrap text, follow Steps 1-3 and uncheck (by clicking) the Wrap text check box.

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