Modify Row, Colums and Cell, Wraping text and Merging text

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Modifying Rows and Columns:

  1. Inserting Rows or Columns:

    • To insert a row: Right-click on the row number where you want to insert a row and select "Insert."
    • To insert a column: Right-click on the column letter where you want to insert a column and select "Insert."
  2. Deleting Rows or Columns:

    • To delete a row: Right-click on the row number and select "Delete."
    • To delete a column: Right-click on the column letter and select "Delete."
  3. Adjusting Row Height or Column Width:

    • To adjust row height: Hover over the bottom border of the row header, click and drag to the desired height.
    • To adjust column width: Hover over the right border of the column header, click and drag to the desired width.

Modifying Cells:

  1. Typing in Cells:

    • Click on the cell where you want to enter data and start typing.
  2. Wrap Text:

    • To wrap text within a cell: Select the cell(s), go to the "Home" tab, and click on the "Wrap Text" button in the "Alignment" group.
  3. Merge and Center Cells:

    • To merge cells: Select the cells you want to merge, right-click, choose "Format Cells," go to the "Alignment" tab, and check the "Merge cells" option.
    • To merge and center: After merging, you can use the "Merge & Center" button in the toolbar.
  4. Unmerge Cells:

    • To unmerge cells: Select the merged cell, right-click, choose "Format Cells," go to the "Alignment" tab, and uncheck the "Merge cells" option.

Using Formulas:

  1. AutoSum:

    • Select the cell where you want the sum.
    • Click on the "AutoSum" button in the toolbar.
  2. Basic Formulas:

    • Type a formula in a cell, starting with an equal sign, like =A1+B1.

Remember to save your Excel file after making changes. These instructions apply to Microsoft Excel, but similar options are available in other spreadsheet software.