What is the Wrap Text feature in Excel?
There are two ways how the data in a cell that’s large enough to fit in might appear in Microsoft Excel.
1. The text exceeds the boundaries of a cell, and the adjacent cell is empty. In such a case Excel lets the text string exceed the boundaries of the cell.
2. The text exceeds the boundaries of a cell, and the adjacent cell is not empty. In such a case Excel cuts off the text at the cell boundary.
The Wrap Text feature of Excel is meant to save you from situations like these.
The sentence in the above image is too large to fit in a default-sized cell. To fit it in the cell, you may resort to dragging and dropping the column and the row.
But what if you have many such cells in Excel with texts of varying lengths?
You don’t waste a whole evening resizing each column and row to perfectly fit the text in each. To do this in one go, Excel offers the Wrap Text feature.
Where hitting a single button would align it all for you!
How to wrap text in Excel? There are four quick ways how you can wrap text automatically and manually in Microsoft Excel.
It’s time we see them one by one.