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Figure 4–130. Still more formatting options
Clicking Row Height and/or Column Width allows you to modulate the height and/or width of
selected rows and columns (note: unlike the techniques we described earlier, you don’t have to select
row or column headings in order to carry out this option here. If you click in any cell in the row or
column, that will enable you to go ahead with these commands. And you can drag across a range of
rows and columns if you want to change multiple row/column heights and widths. And as you see you
can also execute an Auto Fit of selected columns—but here you will have to select the column headings
before you proceed. Finally, the Default Column Width option doesn’t necessarily do what you think it
will. It doesn’t restore the default width to changed columns; rather it lets you change the default column
width on the worksheet. If you click the command, you’ll see the dialog box shown in Figure 4–131:
Figure 4–131. Establishing a new colunn width
 
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