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Adjusting Row Height for a Number of Worksheets in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can adjust row height for a number of worksheets in Excel. One way is to use the mouse to click and drag the row header border. Another way is to double-click the row header, which will automatically adjust the row height to fit the tallest cell in that row. You can also right-click the row header and select "Row Height" from the menu. Enter the desired row height in the text box and click "OK".

If you want to adjust the row height for multiple worksheets at once, you can do so by selecting all of the worksheets that you want to modify. To do this, hold down the CTRL key while you click on each worksheet tab. Once all of the desired worksheets are selected, right-click any of the selected tabs and select "Row Height" from the menu. Enter the desired row height in the text box and click "OK".

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