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Excel Guide

Adjusting Row Heights in Excel: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

Modifying the height of rows in Microsoft Excel can be achieved through various methods. You can manually adjust the row size by dragging the bottom border of the row header, or specify a particular height. Additionally, it's possible to alter the default row height for an entire worksheet, which will impact all forthcoming rows.

Change Row Height Manually

To manually alter the row height in Excel:

  1. Select the row header of the desired row for resizing.
  2. Position the mouse pointer over the bottom border of the row header.
  3. Once the pointer changes to a resize icon, click and hold the mouse button, then drag the border to the preferred row height.

Adjust Row Height to a Specific Value

To adjust the row height to a specific measurement:

  1. Click on the row header of the row requiring resizing.
  2. Navigate to the Format menu, select Row, and then click on Height.
  3. Input the desired value in the Row Height box, and click OK.

Modify the Default Row Height

To modify the default row height for the entire worksheet:

  1. Access the Format menu, click on Sheet, and then select Default Row Height.
  2. Enter the desired value in the Row Height box and click OK.