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Multiple lines in a cell w/o increasing column width.

Good evening,
I have another "senior moment". In Excel 2016 if text flows over to another column I know how to increase the column width. However, if I do not wish to do that but maintain the column width there is a short-cut key that will allow me to show the text w/o increasing the column. I have a list of Excels short-cut keys but for the life of me I cannot seem to recognize the short-cut.
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ALT + H +W is the keyboard shortcut for Wrap Text. When Wrap Text is enabled in a given cell, text will spill into subsequent lines within that cell as you continue typing.

ALT + Enter will put any subsequent text you type on the next line within the same cell. It will also turn on Wrap Text, if you haven't done that already.

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Word Wrap - there you go. Thanks for reminding me of this. Works as expected.