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Old 05-12-2010, 06:17 AM
galiwock galiwock is offline how to center text in multiple columns Windows XP how to center text in multiple columns Office 2003
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here's the situation: http://i40.tinypic.com/2i0dyqx.jpg

As you can see, the "Computing Fundamentals" text is partly hidden. I want to put the text in the exact center of cells B3-B5 so that it can represent the time 8:00-9:00. I tried to highlight the 3 cells and merge it but still, the text is found at the bottom part of it. Much better if the two words can be separated so it can fit the width.

I use MS OFFICE 2003.



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Select your cells.

Go to menu item "Format > Cells..."

Click on the Alignment tab.

Change to Text Alignment - Vertical: Center

and select/check Text control "Wrap text".

Click "Okay".

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