Microsoft Excel Office 365
Learn How You Can Merge Rows and Columns in Microsoft Excel Office 365
In this article, you will learn the top two tips on how you can merge your excel rows and columns in Microsoft office 365 excel. Do you think merging rows and columns in Microsoft excel seems a tough task for you to perform? Read this tutorial to learn
Suppose you need to merge some of the rows or columns or both. Then check below some excellent tips we showed how you could merge.
First, Open Microsoft Office 365 Excel in your fav browser, Then open excel by clicking the recent one or the New blank workbook as shown below.
Then select the number of rows and columns you want to merge, as shown in the picture below.
Now select Merge and Center from the drop-down. It will merge all the selected rows and columns, plus whatever text is written inside the first column will come in the middle. But if you don't want the text to be in the middle then you the third option of Merge Cells.
Now after clicking Merge & Center, you will see this result as shown in the image below.
Another way is also very simple first, and you need to select the area where you want to apply merge rows and columns, as shown in the image below.
Then click on the color selection icon and select the white color as shown in the image below. ( Not recommended )
Here you will see the result after adding white color to the particular rows and columns.
Merging rows and columns is a constructive tip because sometimes you need to write an extended header, and you want to merge few rows and put text in the middle. If you want to put text in the middle after merging, then use Merge & Center. But if you don't want the text to be in the center after merging, then use the third option, Merge Cells.
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