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Right-click in the cell you want, and click Format cells. On the Alignment tab, change Vertical to Justify. Click OK. Your text is now distributed evenly inside the cell. If you change the height of the row, the text re-adjusts evenly to the new width.
Select the cell, range, or entire column that contains the text values that you want to split. On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click Text to Columns. Follow the instructions in the Convert Text to Columns Wizard to specify how you want to divide the text into separate columns.
Click on the cell that you want to add the text to. Then, simply hold down the Alt button and press Enter whenever you want to make a new line. If you want to adjust the height of the cell, go to the left of the screen, where it shows the row number (in our example, row 3).
The RandBetween function in excel allows you to generate a random number between two variables. If you are doing a simple A/B split, you can set the fuction to =randbetween(0,1) and Excel will automatically divide half of of the rows of data to 0 and the other half to 1.
Select the rows or columns you want to group. In this example, we'll select columns A, B, and C. Select the Data tab on the Ribbon, then click the Group command. Clicking the Group command. The selected rows or columns will be grouped. In our example, columns A, B, and C are grouped together.
Justify only affects text in cells that are wrapped. If fact, you'll see the Wrap Text button highlight automatically when you apply justify. Justify will force all lines except the last line to fill the entire column width. In general, the justify alignment option will look better when used in wider columns.
To align your data horizontally, Microsoft Excel provides these options: Align Left - aligns the contents along the left edge of the cell. Center - puts the contents in the middle of the cell. Align Right - aligns the contents along the right edge of the cell.
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