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Select the cell or cells that you want to format. Choose Table Properties from the Table menu. ... If necessary, select the Cell tab. ... Click on the Options button. ... Make sure the Fit Text check box is selected. Click on OK to close the Cell Options dialog box.
Click the table. Click the Table Layout tab, and then under Settings, click Properties. Under Text Wrapping, click Around. To set the horizontal and vertical position of the table, the distance from surrounding text, and other options, under Text Wrapping, click Positioning, and then choose the options that you want.
Click the table. Click the Table Layout tab, and then under Settings, click Properties. Under Text Wrapping, click Around.
Open Outlook. Go to the File tab. Select Options. In the Outlook Options dialog box, select the Mail tab. Scroll to the Message format section. In the Automatically wrap text at character text box, enter a number to indicate where you want Outlook to wrap text. Select OK to apply the changes and close the window.
To disable this feature, select the "Mail" tab in the Options window, click "Spelling and AutoCorrect," click "AutoCorrect Options," and then remove the check mark next to "Replace Text as You Type."
Right-click and then select "Format Cells" from the popup menu. When the Format Cells window appears, select the Alignment tab. Check the "Wrap text" checkbox. Now when you return to the spreadsheet, the selected text should be wrapped. NEXT.
Right-click and then select "Format Cells" from the popup menu. When the Format Cells window appears, select the Alignment tab. Check the "Wrap text" checkbox. Now when you return to the spreadsheet, the selected text should be wrapped. NEXT.
Select the image you want to wrap text around. The Format tab will appear on the right side of the Ribbon. ... On the Format tab, click the Wrap Text command in the Arrange group. ... Hover the mouse over the various text-wrapping options. ... The text will wrap around the image.
Select all cells by pressing Ctrl+A. The cells in your selection will contain some cells with Wrap Text turned on and some cells with Wrap Text turned off. Click Wrap Text on the Home tab to turn on Wrap Text cell for all cells. Click Wrap Text again to turn off the property for all cells.
Click on the cell(s) you want to wrap text in, then click the ;Alignment button (to the right of the button for colouring text on the Home Menu. At the bottom of the Alignment button is the 'Wrap Text' command . . .
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