excel rows and colums

ellejames

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I need to know how I can chage row and colums width size multiple times within the same row and colums if possible.

I am making price lists and wanted to have all of them (several different price lists with different row and wdth sizes anll centered in the sheet and each catagory has different size widths.
 

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Yogi Anand

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Hi ellejames:

Welcome to MrExcel Board!

You can have columns of different widths in the same row, but you cannot have cells with different row heights within the same row.

One way to accomplish the effect you want is my mergin some cells -- but that has its own implications.

Please post back if you need to discuss this further.
 

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