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Excel Guide

Making All Cells the Same Size (Row Height and Column Width)

The steps you've described are actually related to wrapping text in cells, which can be useful for ensuring that the cell content is visible within a specific cell size. If you want to make all cells the same size in terms of their row height and column width, you can follow these steps.

For Row Height:

  1. Select the Entire Worksheet: Click the button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet (between the "A" column and the "1" row) to select the entire worksheet.
  2. Set a Specific Row Height: Right-click on any row number on the left side of the worksheet.
  3. Choose "Row Height" from the menu.
  4. Enter the desired row height in the "Row height" field.
  5. Click "OK."

For Column Width:

  1. Select the Entire Worksheet: Click the button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet to select the entire worksheet.
  2. Set a Specific Column Width: Right-click on any column letter at the top of the worksheet.
  3. Choose "Column Width" from the menu.
  4. Enter the desired column width in the "Column width" field.
  5. Click "OK."

Additional Tips:

  • If you want to make individual rows or columns the same size, you can select the specific rows or columns before adjusting the height or width.
  • You can also adjust row height or column width by dragging the border between row numbers or column letters. Simply position your cursor on the border, click, and drag to the desired size.

Note:

Making all cells exactly the same size might not be practical in certain cases, as it depends on the content within the cells. Adjusting row height and column width manually or using the methods described above can help create a visually consistent layout.