In this article, you will learn how to change row height in Google Sheets. Changing row height helps you make your table or list look beautiful, organized, and straightforward. There are a few ways to adjust row height, so you need to select the most suitable method for your purpose.
Using a mouse cursor
This method is effective when you want to change a row height. If you need to modify more than a few rows’ sizes, we recommend you take one of the following approaches.
Using a mouse cursor and a double-click
This method is better than the first one in that you can adjust multiple rows at the same time. As this option makes the row size fit values in cells, some row sizes shrink depending on their data volume. There is another way to get the same effect, described below. As a result, you may see the various sizes of cells on your worksheet, though the values in cells can be visible clearly.
Using a row height menu - 1
Using a row height menu - 2
We introduced four ways to resize row height. Again, it is important to pick up the most suitable options for your purpose (e.g., getting values in all cells completely visible or setting the same row height for all rows).
Check this article to learn how to resize column width in Google Sheets.
You can consider wrapping text. Check this article to learn how to use it.
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