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Align Text Within a Cell
Align Text
Within a Cell
You can make your worksheets easier to read by
aligning text and numbers within each cell. By
default, Excel aligns numbers with the right side of
the cell, and it aligns text with the left side of the
cell. You can also align numbers or text with the
center of each cell.
Excel also allows you to align your data vertically
within each cell. By default, Excel aligns all data
with the bottom of each cell, but you can also align
text with the top or middle.
Align Text Within a Cell
Align Text Horizontally
1 Select the range you want to
format.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 In the Alignment group, click
the horizontal alignment option
you want to use:
Click Align Text Left ( ) to
align data with the left side of
each cell.
Click Center ( ) to align data
with the center of each cell.
Click Align Text Right ( ) to
align data with the right side of
each cell.
Excel aligns the data horizontally
within each selected cell.
A In this example, the data in the
cells is centered.
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