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|22nd February 2006, 13:54||#1|
Multiple lines in excel cell
How can I type a text with multiple lines in an MS excel cell.
When I press enter I jump immediately to the cell under the one I was editing.
The same with CTRL+ENTER and SHIFT+ENTER.
Is there a way to edit a text in a cell and use enters in it?
Possible solution is typing the text in another editor with the hard enters and stuff, just like I want the text and then copy/paste it to the excell cell. But it is easier and faster if I can do it immediately in excell.
In Openoffice Calc it works with CTRL+ENTER. Unfortunately at work when creating official documents I have to use M$ stuff.
|22nd February 2006, 14:03||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
Excel's online help - 20 seconds:
"To start a new line of text at a specific point in a cell, click where you want to break the line, and then press ALT+ENTER."
|22nd February 2006, 14:38||#3|
Should have thought about the program's own help function.
Shame on me.
It's been ages since I used an apps own help function. Normally I google or just ask someone else. Works like a charm.
Thanx for the help jmke.
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