Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Merging and unmerging cells
IMPORTANT When you merge two or more cells, Excel retains just the text in the range’s top
left cell. All other text is deleted.
When you click the Merge & Center button, a list of options appears. In addition to
merging cells, you can click Merge & Center to combine the selected cells into a single cell and
center the text within the merged cell. You should strongly consider using the Merge &
Center option for label text, such as above a list of data where the title spans more than one
column.
You can also merge the cells in multiple rows at the same time. For example, suppose your
list has a main heading and a subheading. You can merge the cells in the two rows that
contain headings by clicking the Home tab, clicking Merge & Center, and then clicking
Merge Across.
 
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