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Add a "Return" in a Cell

Posted on 2013-12-12
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In a cell, I have:
DialVerify Fraud Prevention

And it shows up as (centered):
DialVerify Fraud
Prevention

Same with
MaxMind Fraud Prevention

I would like it to be (centered):
MaxMind
Fraud Prevention

I don't know if you can split the cells or not- if so, how?  All of these are on Column 2 - so they have data in them from B2-H2

Thank you!
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At the point where you want the carriage return, hold the ALT key down and press ENTER.

Make sure that you format the cell, through Format|Cells, then in Alignment tab, pick Wrap text.

You can also pick to Centre the text horizontally...
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The ALT-ENTER was what I needed.  The center was not working the way the way I needed it.
Thank you!
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The ALT-ENTER was great!  Thanks!
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