August 16, 2002, Newsletter Issue #98: Software Shortcuts - Microsoft Excel

Tip of the Week

Something as simple as entering more than one line of text in a single Excel cell is a good example of something which should be really simple, doesn`t seem that way at first, but turns out to be even simpler than you first thought.

If you want to spread the contents of a cell over more than one line, type as normal, but when you reach the end of a line, hold down Alt and press Enter. A new line will start within the same cell.

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