Formatting column width of a range of columns

hityou123

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How do I format a bunch of columns in a bunch of rows. Like-

Row1 : C1:C20
Row2: C1:C20
.
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Sorry but you can't. You can set set a column width but it applies to all of the rows in that column.
 

hityou123

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Ok. Got it. I just did -

Activesheet.Range("C1", "R1").columnwidth= 3.3

Also, how do I format a column as text.
 

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