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Excel in Spreadsheets with these Excel Tips

This list of a few tips for Microsoft Excel should help you manipulate those legal spreadsheets with ease. My favorite one:

Press Alt + Enter to force a new line in a cell.

I don’t know about you guys, but this new line tip has come in handy many times for me.

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2 Responses to “Excel in Spreadsheets with these Excel Tips”

  1. Anne Cornwell
    July 18th, 2006

    Thanks Andrew, for the mention. Amazing how such a simple tip is so popular! Certainly better than pressing the space bar multiple times to force a new line. :-)

  2. Andrew F
    July 18th, 2006


    No problem! I have been reading your posts for a while now, and I finally got around to actually posting something up on my blog. I like a lot of the tips you post. The beauty is that they are so simple, but so darn helpful.

    Take care,

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