[ad]Dear Computer Lady,
I am using Windows XP with Excel 2002.
I would like to know if there is a way to have 2 lines of type in each cell (for a round robin tournament spreadsheet I’m trying to create)?
There is a way to create two (or more) lines of text in a single cell.
When you are typing in an excel cell, just hold down the “Alt” key on your keyboard and press the “enter” key.
This will keep you in the same cell, and create a second line in that cell.
You might need to adjust the line height and column width to get the text in the cell to display the way you want. Just point your cursor to the intersection of the rows and drag up or down.
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