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Default how do I rotate the cells containing col. hds to a 65 degree angl

I want to create a worksheet where the cells containing my column heads
(column description) will be slanted upwards to the right at say a 60 degree
angle. I want the entire cell to be slanted, not just the text inside the
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Default how do I rotate the cells containing col. hds to a 65 degree angl

You cannot slant cells.

You can slant the text within and place a border around the cell to give it
a slanted appearance.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Sat, 28 Nov 2009 07:38:01 -0800, Fripp Man <Fripp
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I want to create a worksheet where the cells containing my column heads
(column description) will be slanted upwards to the right at say a 60 degree
angle. I want the entire cell to be slanted, not just the text inside the
cell itself.




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