Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing the Widths of Columns and Heights of Rows
Release the mouse button.
Drag through column headings B
and C above row 1.
columns B and C
mouse pointer
pointing to right
boundary of column C
Point to the boundary on the
right side of column heading C
to cause the mouse pointer to
become a split double arrow
(Figure 2–54).
What if I want to make a large
change to the column width?
If you want to increase or decrease
column width signifi cantly, you
can right-click a column heading
and then use the Column Width
command on the shortcut menu
to change the column’s width. To
use this command, however, you
must select one or more entire
new column A width
Figure 2–54
Double-click the right boundary
of column heading C to change
the width of columns B and C to
best fi t.
column widths B and C
are set to best fi t
columns E, G,
and J selected
Click the column E heading
above row 1.
mouse pointer
While holding down the CTRL key,
click the column G heading and
then the column J heading above
row 1 so that columns E, G, and J
are selected.
ScreenTip shows
proposed column width
If necessary, scroll the worksheet to
the right so that the right border
of column J is visible. Point to the
boundary on the right side of the
column J heading above row 1.
dotted line shows
proposed right
border of column G
Drag until the ScreenTip indicates
Width: 9.00 (88 pixels). Do not
release the mouse button
(Figure 2–55).
Figure 2–55
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