All rows, columns, and cells are the same size by default. As you input data, the cells proliferate automatically. However, as you work with Google sheets, you will realize that the default size of these cells is not always suited to different types of cell content. In this post, we'll go through a number of steps you'll need to take to change the size of the cells.
Steps to modify rows, width, columns, and cells
It is quite simple to change the rows, width, columns, and cells. You only need to follow the steps below:
Step 1: Open a new or existing Google Sheets spreadsheet. In this post, we are going to work with a new spreadsheet.
Step 2: Let's begin by adjusting the column widths. The easiest way to achieve this is to place your mouse on the dividing line between the two columns and hold it there. The cursor will morph into a double-arrow.
Now Click and drag the column border to the right to increase the width or to the left to decrease it. Repeat until you achieve the desired width.
Step 2: Let's adjust the height of our cells now. Hover your cursor over the lines between the two rows, and your cursor will automatically change into a double arrow. Click and drag down to increase the height or drag the border up to decrease the height.
To summarize, we've learned how to change the cell size by adjusting the height and width of our columns and rows. If you follow the procedures outlined above, you'll be able to customize the cell sizes in your spreadsheets so that your data looks its best
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