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    Auto Adjust Row Height

    I'm working on a spreadsheet that would like to add an auto adjust row height to but my problem is that I have merged several cells, therefore the command isn't working. As far as I know, that command will only work with non-merged cells.

    Is it possible to have a macro do this trick for me on the particular cells that I want to assign it to? Then, maybe I could just add a button to do all the cells at once?

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    Re: Auto Adjust Row Height

    The row height should adjust itself automatically when you hit Enter after entering a cell value. I don't know why a macro would be needed.
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    Re: Auto Adjust Row Height

    Select the top left cell to select all and double click the row height to auto adjust

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