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How can i tab down in a merged cell so that if i have 6 words, i can start underneath e.g.


One two three four
One two three four

In the same merged cell

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Seamus
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Do you mean how to get to a new line within a cell? If so, alt and enter. But people here would advise against merging cells!
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Thanks, why dont you like merging cells?
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Seamus - it's not me, it's everyone! E.g. see here: http://www.officearticles.com/excel/merged_cells_in_microsoft_excel.htm
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Okay, that makes sense, thanks!
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