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Lesson 13. Inserting and Removing Cells,... > Merging Cells Together to Form One L...

Merging Cells Together to Form One Large Cell

In Excel 2000, you can merge the data in one cell with adjacent cells (that are blank) to form a big cell that is easier to work with. Merging cells is especially handy when creating a decorative title for the top of your worksheet (see Figure 13.2 for an example). Within a single merged cell, you can quickly change the font, point size, color and border style of your title. (See Lessons 21, 22, and 23 to learn more about formatting cells.)

Figure 13.2. Merge cells to form a single cell.



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