In this article, you will learn how to wrap a text in a cell in Google Sheets. Learning this method is beneficial when you want to organize a data series or make your table and list look beautiful and straightforward in Google Sheets. Also, we discuss two other types of text formatting allowed in Google sheets.
With this rule applied, a value in a cell is wrapped so that all value is fully shown. If it doesn’t look so, you may need to adjust a row height or a column width.
There are two more kinds of formatting, “Overflow” (default setting) and “Clip”. You can select them from the pop-menu we described in the section above.
The “Overflow” allows a cell value to spill over to the surface of the next cell, whereas the “Clip” does not. With the “Clip” option, the value doesn’t go beyond the right edge of a cell. The following picture compares what the three types of formatting in a practical situation look like.
Check the following articles if you are interested in formatting text in cells.
How to Make Text Bold, Italic, and Strikethrough in Google Sheets
How to Align Text in Google Sheets
How to Rotate Text in Google Sheets
How to Change Default Font in Google Sheets
How to Indent Texts in Google Sheets: Explained
How to Capitalize the First Letter in Google Sheets
How to Capitalize All Letters in Google Sheets
How to Make All Letters Lowercase in Google Sheets
TEXT Function in Google Sheets: Explained
Do you want to learn how to combine or split text in Google Sheets?
How to Combine Texts in Google Sheets
CONCAT Function in Google Sheets: Explained
How to Use the CONCATENATE function in Google Sheets
How to Split Texts into Columns in Google Sheets
How to Use SPLIT Function in Google Sheets
CHAR Function in Google Sheets: Explained
Do you want to know where a specify character or word is in a text string?
LEFT Function in Google Sheets: Explained
How to Use RIGHT Function in Google Sheets
SEARCH Function in Google Sheets: Explained
FIND Function in Google Sheets: Explained
Do you need to replace a part of text with another characters or words?
How to Use REPLACE Function in Google Sheets
SUBSTITUTE Function in Google Sheets: Explained
Do you like to show a formulae in a cell?
How to Use FORMULATEXT Function in Google Sheets
This function is useful when you need to count the number of characters in a text string.
LEN Function in Google Sheets: Explained
Why don’t you double-check the spelling of your texts or cleaning up extra spaces before printing or closing Google Sheets?
How to Spell-check in Google Sheets
How to Trim Whitespaces in Google Sheets
You can repeat the same text string with this formula.
REPT Function in Google Sheets: Explained
You can learn about other Google Sheets formulas and tips that are not mentioned here on this page: LiveFlow‘s How to Guides
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Learn how to do this step-by-step in the video below 👇