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How to unWrapping text in massive cells in Excel

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Hi,

We various excel sheets that have all their cells "wrapped".  We need to unWrap all their cells; how can we do this?
(we know we can select and unwrap but wanted know if there is some sort of shortcut)
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by:Naresh Patel
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This is short cut
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by:rayluvs
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Yes, as stated in our question we know we can select and unwrap, as you have showned.  What we want to know if there is a shortcut like like if you want BOLD a cell you shortcut CRTL-B
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Alt-H-W
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by:rayluvs
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it's a bit tricky but seems to work (guess have to get a hang of it) - sometimes it doenst
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by:rayluvs
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ok got it... its ALT-H, leave H then press W while holding down H
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