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How to Use the Autofit Column Width Shortcut in Excel

If you work with large amounts of data in Microsoft Excel, you may find yourself having to constantly adjust column widths to make everything fit. This can be a tedious and time-consuming task, especially if you have a lot of columns. Luckily, there is a shortcut you can use to automatically adjust column widths in Excel so that everything fits perfectly.

To use the autofit column width shortcut, simply select the column(s) you want to adjust, then press Alt + O, C. This shortcut will automatically adjust the width of the selected column(s) so that all the data fits within the cells.

If you want to adjust the width of multiple columns at once, you can select multiple columns by holding down the Shift key while selecting the column headers. You can also select non-adjacent columns by holding down the Ctrl key while selecting the column headers.

Once you have the columns selected, simply press Alt + O, C to autofit the column widths. Excel will automatically adjust the width of each column so that all the data fits within the cells.

You can also use this shortcut to adjust the row height in Excel. Simply select the row(s) you want to adjust, then press Alt + O, R. This shortcut will automatically adjust the height of the selected row(s) so that all the data fits within the cells.

If you want to adjust the height of multiple rows at once, you can select multiple rows by holding down the Shift key while selecting the row headers. You can also select non-adjacent rows by holding down the Ctrl key while selecting the row headers.

Once you have the rows selected, simply press Alt + O, R to autofit the row heights. Excel will automatically adjust the height of each row so that all the data fits within the cells.

You can also use this shortcut to adjust the width of multiple columns at once. Simply select the column(s) you want to adjust, then press Alt + O, W. This shortcut will automatically adjust the width of the selected column(s) so that all the data fits within the cells.

If you want to adjust the width of multiple columns at once, you can select multiple columns by holding down the Shift key while selecting the column headers. You can also select non-adjacent columns by holding down the Ctrl key while selecting the column headers.

Once you have the columns selected, simply press Alt + O, W to autofit the column widths. Excel will automatically adjust the width of each column so that all the data fits within the cells.

You can also use this shortcut to adjust the height of multiple rows at once. Simply select the row(s) you want to adjust, then press Alt + O, H. This shortcut will automatically adjust the height of the selected row(s) so that all the data fits within the cells.

If you want to adjust the height of multiple rows at once, you can select multiple rows by holding down the Shift key while selecting the row headers. You can also select non-adjacent rows by holding down the Ctrl key while selecting the row headers.

Once you have the rows selected, simply press Alt + O, H to autofit the row heights. Excel will automatically adjust the height of each row so that all the data fits within the cells.

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