In Microsoft Office Excel 2007, to align text to left, right, center, top, middle, or bottom, do the following:
- On the worksheet, select the text that you want to format.
- On the Home tab, in the Alignment group, select the alignment option that you want.
Note: To see the top, middle, or bottom text alignment clearly, you need to increase the row height. To increase the row height visit this page: www.worldbestlearningcenter.com/index_files/Excel-2007-worksheet-change-row-height.htm
You can rotate text in the following options:
- Angle Counterclockwise: Rotate text from lower left to upper right.
- Angle Clockwise: Rotate text from upper left to lower right.
- Vertical Text: Rotate text in vertical direction.
- Rotate Text Up: Rotate text from bottom to top.
- Rotate Text Down: Rotate text from top to bottom.
- Format Cell Alignment: Select this option to display the Alignment tab of the Format Cells dialog box that allows you use the Orientation to set the text orientation that you want.
To rotate text, do the following:
- Select the text that you want to rotate.
- On the Home tab, in the Alignment group, click arrow next to the Orientation, and then select the orientation that you want.
Note: To rotate the selected text to normal orientation after you apply any text orientation option, click the selected text again, and then click the text orientation that you recently used.
What is indent? Indent is the margin between border and text in the cell. You can increase or decrease indent of text in the selected cell by doing the following:
- Select the text that you want to apply indent.
- On the Home tab, in the Alignment group, select Decrease Indent or Increase Indent.
Or you can use the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Tab to decrease indent and Ctrl+Alt+Tab to increase indent.
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