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Old December 29th 04, 04:09 AM
Adam H
 
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Default How can i set consecutive columns in an excel worksheet to differ.

Just trying to create a worksheet and the need to have different row heights
in alternating columns is necessary, or can i change the height of one cell
only? Imagine each row in column 1 is 20 units high. I want all the rows in
column 2 to be 20 units high too except in row 1, which I want to be 30 units
high, so 99% of column 2 is offset (I guess it would like a typical brick
pattern for a wall) Sorry if this is confusing but any help would be greatly
appreciated. Running xppro
Adam

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Old December 29th 04, 12:30 PM
Stephen Bullen
 
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Hi Adam,

Just trying to create a worksheet and the need to have different row heights
in alternating columns is necessary, or can i change the height of one cell
only? Imagine each row in column 1 is 20 units high. I want all the rows in
column 2 to be 20 units high too except in row 1, which I want to be 30 units
high, so 99% of column 2 is offset (I guess it would like a typical brick
pattern for a wall) Sorry if this is confusing but any help would be greatly
appreciated. Running xppro


No, sorry. You can only set the height of an entire row.

Regards

Stephen Bullen
Microsoft MVP - Excel
www.oaltd.co.uk


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Old February 26th 05, 12:08 AM
Barb Reinhardt
 
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You might be able to merge cells to approximate the effect that Adam wants.

"Stephen Bullen" wrote in message
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Hi Adam,

Just trying to create a worksheet and the need to have different row
heights
in alternating columns is necessary, or can i change the height of one
cell
only? Imagine each row in column 1 is 20 units high. I want all the
rows in
column 2 to be 20 units high too except in row 1, which I want to be 30
units
high, so 99% of column 2 is offset (I guess it would like a typical brick
pattern for a wall) Sorry if this is confusing but any help would be
greatly
appreciated. Running xppro


No, sorry. You can only set the height of an entire row.

Regards

Stephen Bullen
Microsoft MVP - Excel
www.oaltd.co.uk






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