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How to Merge Cells in Google Sheets

Merging cells in Google Sheets is a common task that can help you organize your data more effectively. This guide will show you how to merge cells to create a unified appearance for your data.

Understanding Cell Merging

Basic Steps to Merge Cells

  1. Selecting Cells: Click and drag your mouse to highlight the cells you want to merge.
  2. Merging Cells: Go to the “Format” menu, choose “Merge cells,” and then select your desired merge option (Merge all, Merge horizontally, or Merge vertically).
  3. Confirming Merge: After selecting your merge option, the cells will combine into one larger cell, displaying only the data from the top-left cell if there was any.

Unmerging Cells

Tips for Merging Cells

Advanced Merging Techniques

Conclusion

Merging cells in Google Sheets can be a useful way to format your spreadsheet and make it more readable. Whether you’re creating a title, organizing information, or just looking to improve your spreadsheet’s appearance, knowing how to merge and unmerge cells is a handy skill in Google Sheets.

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