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Setting cell alignment and direction
setting cell alignment and direction
When a table cell is larger than the text it contains, you can
decide whether you want the text aligned left, centered, or
right, and whether it aligns at the top, center, or bottom of the
row height. These settings can be especially useful for tables
that have multiple levels of column headings.
The text within a cell can be rotated 90 degrees in either direc-
tion. This is great for column headings that would otherwise be
much wider than the data below them.
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Align text in cells
1 Select the cell or cells that you want to align.
2 On the Layout tab under Table Tools, in the Alignment group, click
one of the nine small icons that represent the various alignments.
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Change text direction
1 Select the cell or cells whose direction you want to change.
2 On the Layout tab under Table Tools, in the Alignment group, click
Text Direction once or twice.
The first click causes the text to read top to bottom; the second
causes it to read bottom to top. A third returns the text to its
normal direction.
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