Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Vertical and horizontal alignment settings and orientation options, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] Excel has a number of alignment options…available on the Home Tab in this group called Alignment.…We're going to be showing you different tips…using not only the button here called Orientation,…but also the Horizontal alignment buttons…which are widely used and not so widely used,…the Vertical alignment buttons.…We'll also be using a feature found…in the Font group called Borders.…In this worksheet we're setting up some data here…with some headings and already I've got some data here.…I don't want the column to be as wide as it would be…if we saw 2017 followed by Salary on the same line.…
Over here in column C, I want to be putting in a heading…called 2017 Tax Code and the entries below here…are only going to be one or two characters wide.…So, a little tip here when typing data,…although we could be using an alignment feature…called Wrap Text, we can work with this feature…indirectly by typing and using…Alt+Enter to introduce a line break.…So I'm going to type 2017, I'll press Alt+Enter,…then the word Tax, and then Alt+Enter,…
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