how do i form 2 lines in 1 row?

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    Guest Guest

     
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    Ron Coderre Guest

    I'm guessing you're looking to force text in a cell to wrap into the next
    line of the same cell.

    If that's true......
    Edit the text and move the insertion point to where you want to wrap the
    text.
    Hold down the [Alt] key and press [Enter]

    Does that help?
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    Ron
    Microsoft MVP (Excel)

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    Gord Dibben Guest

    In one cell type this is line one then Alt + ENTER then type this is line
    two.

    The Alt + ENTER gives you a carriage return in the cell.


    Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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