Copy and Paste Row Height in MS Excel
Ever want to learn how to copy and paste row height in MS Excel?
I have had many inquiries regarding this tip and it is such an easy thing to do!
Follow the steps below:
- Select the row you would like to copy.
- Click on the Format Painter icon on your Standard toolbar (or on the Home tab is you are using version 2007).
- You will now see a small paint brush. Simply drag it where you would like to copy the row height.
That's all there is to it! You have now copied the format to your new row.
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