This article will teach you two quick methods to change the heights of rows in Excel.
Row heights in Excel may need to be adjusted for several reasons, including:
In summary, adjusting row heights in Excel can help ensure that your data is properly displayed and that your worksheet is easy to read and understand.
The row height in Excel increases by default based on the font size, but it can be changed using the two easy-to-follow methods explained below:
Step 1: Select the desired row
Step 2: Right-click and select the ‘Row Height’ option (If you are a Windows user, you can press “Alt”, “H”, “O”, and “H” to get to the prompt to adjust row height)
Step 3: Enter the height
Step 4: Click ‘OK’
Note: To change the height of multiple rows together, all rows must be selected in step 1 and then step 2 to step 4 can be performed as described above.
Step 1: Select the desired row (whose height you wish to adjust)
Step 2: Place the cursor towards the lower edge of the row header
Step 3: The cursor changes to a double-sided arrow and then drag the edge of the row to the desired height as shown in the image below
Note: To change the height of multiple rows together, all rows must be selected in step 1 and then step 2 and step 3 can be performed as described above.
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Learn how to do this step-by-step in the video below 👇