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Excel 2010 Slanted headers

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Good morning Expert,

Using Excel 2010. Adding columns to existing. The column headers are slanted 45 degrees to the right, see attached GIF. How did they do that?
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Allen in Dallas
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Shanan212 earned 500 total points
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See attached! Its done from Home ribbon
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Select the cells -> Format Cells - > Alignment & play with the orientation tool
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