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How to Merge Cells in Excel

How to Merge Cells in Excel

There are a few ways to merge cells in Excel. The easiest way is to highlight the cells you want to merge and then go to the "Home" tab and select the "Merge and Center" button. This will merge the cells and center the text in the newly merged cell.

Another way to merge cells is to use the "Ctrl" and "Shift" keys. While holding down the "Ctrl" key, select the cells you want to merge. Then, while still holding down the "Ctrl" key, press the "Shift" key and select the last cell you want to merge. This will merge all of the cells and place the text in the center of the newly merged cell.

A third way to merge cells is to use the "Ctrl" and "Enter" keys. While holding down the "Ctrl" key, select the cells you want to merge. Then, press the "Enter" key. This will merge the cells and place the text in the center of the newly merged cell.

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