A lot of people prefer to use Google sheets to record important information. Google sheets are convenient because they offer a lot of formatting and styling tools that make it easier for people to customise the sheets as per their requirements.
The cells of every Google sheet have the same dimensions by default. However, users can easily change or modify the width and breadth of the cells if they find it difficult to fit information or data into the cells.
Often when users work in a new spreadsheet, they find that the default sizes of the cells aren’t well suited to the different types of content they have to enter into the cells. Hence, they look for ways to increase or adjust the cell size according to their convenience.
If you don’t know how to change cell size in Google sheets, follow the steps mentioned below. You can change the height and width of columns and rows. You can also insert or add new cells, move or delete them. Even wrapping and merging cells options are also available.
Steps to change the size of the cells in Google Sheets
- Go to Google Sheets
- In the sheet, you will notice the column starting from A, B C and the row with numbering starting with 1,2,3… and so on
- To change the width of the cell just select the column heading and you will see a blue line appear on the cell, just drag according to your wish and the width of the column will increase
- Similarly, to change the height of the cell just click on the cell header and drag it: