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Adjusting Column Width and Row Height
Did You Know?
You can re-check your formulas. When deleting columns or rows that
are referenced in a formula, it is important to adjust your formula for
Adjusting Column Width and Row Height
You’ve entered labels and values, constructed formulas, and even formatted the cells, but
now some of your data isn’t visible; the value displays as ##### in the cell. Also, some
larger-sized labels are cut off. You can narrow or widen each column width to fit its con-
tents and adjust your row heights as needed. As you build your worksheet, you can change
the default width of some columns or the default height of some rows to accommodate
long strings of data or larger font sizes. You can manually adjust column or row size to fit
data you have entered, or you can use AutoFit to resize a column or row to the width or
height of its largest entry.
Adjust Column Width or Row Height
Click the column or row header button for the first column or row you want to
If you want, drag to select more columns or rows.
Click the Home tab.
Click the Format button, and then click Column Width or Row Height .
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