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    Is there a way to build in cell margins in Excel cells like you can in a Word Table? I have several row of information, all at different row heights. I would like to build in 3-6 pts at the top of each cell so the text will be easier to see. Is that possible? Thanks

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    Yes you need to increase the row height. To do this, go to Menu bar and select/click on Format. Then select Row, height. Enter a number like 25. This should get you top and bottom margins.

    To get left and right margins, first increase the column size then go to Format, Cells, Alignment. You will see a box for Indent. I suggest wnter a number like 1. I also suggest that you select vertical alignment to Center so that the text is exactly in the middle.

    hth

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