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    Default How to merge two squares into one square ?

    I am very new to excel .

    Please help



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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandark39 View Post
    I am very new to excel .
    You are going to need to provide more information. What are your two squares? And do you want them merged? Can you give an example of two squares you want to merge and show us the single resulting square you expect from their merger?
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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    Thanks for the reply ,

    OK , when i open a new excel sheet ,

    There is a square underneath A and there is a square underneath B

    I want to make the line in the middle disappear

    What is that process called ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandark39 View Post
    OK , when i open a new excel sheet ,

    There is a square underneath A and there is a square underneath B

    I want to make the line in the middle disappear

    What is that process called ?
    I think you are describing cell merging. Select the two cells (click on one of the cells and, with the mouse button still down, drag the cursor to the next cell and then release the button), look on the Ribbon on top for the tab labeled "Home"... find the panel (group) labeled "Alignment" and locate the button labeled "Merge & Center"... click it. You can now click anywhere other than the selection to remove the highlight and the line between the two cells will be gone (and the two cells will now act as if they are a single cell). Is that what you wanted?
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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    We can not see what you are seeing.
    You could upload a copy of your file or a image to a free site such as www.box.com or www.dropbox.com. Once you do that, mark it for 'Sharing' and you will be given a link to the file that you can post here. If the workbook contains confidential information, you could replace it with generic data.
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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    OK , Thanks

    So these squares are called cells .

    Is there any place with lots of Excel tutorials ?

    One last question , How do i reverse the Merge process ?

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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandark39 View Post

    One last question , How do i reverse the Merge process ?
    Select the cells and click the merge and center button again.
    Test VBA on a copy of your data (remember you can't normally reverse the action)

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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandark39 View Post
    One last question , How do i reverse the Merge process ?
    I would try Google... maybe type in "Excel tutorials" into its search box.



    Quote Originally Posted by Mandark39 View Post
    One last question , How do i reverse the Merge process ?
    Select the merged cells and click the same button again (it is a toggle).
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    Default Re: How to merge two squares into one square ?

    Thanks everyone for the replies ,

    I will try to google everything next time

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    You're welcome.
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