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wrap text or row height

wrap text or row height

wrap text or row height

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I have a large amount of text in one of the cells in the "task name" column. I wanted to wrap the text, so I followed the direction of a zillion various posts and grabbed the bottom of the row and dragged it down to increase the row height...BINGO the text wraps. When you print (or do a print preview), the row height remains high, but text is only in a single truncated) line. I know the text must be left jutified to wrap. I also know there are other weird rules regarding spaces between words, etc. At one time, I was able to find a menu that allowed me to plug in a number for row height and this worked...It has now reverted back and I can no longer find the option to plug in a number for row height...HELP ? Project 2000

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