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Cant Resize Table Rows In Powerpoint

This may be a power point question - but hopefully you guys will still know (is there a powerpoint forum with people as knowledgeable as you guys are about excel??)

When I copy and paste some excel cells into powerpoint, I can resize the columns to the width I want but am having trouble resizing the rows. I can make them bigger, but it won't let me make them smaller. I know it has rules about wrapping, etc. but it is not even close to the right size (the rows are about 3 line worth, but there is only 1 line of text).

I can take a screen shot if that would help, but I bet someone knows exactly what I am talking about.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!

Dave


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I saw two threads in this forum that asked this question, with no good answer. I am posting this solution for anybody still struggling with this.

The question:
How can you prevent a cell's contents from overflowing into the next cell?

Of course, you can make the column wider or turn on text wrapping, but you might not want to. Each of those solutions can mess up the layout of your sheet. You may just want to truncate the value.

Some people have suggested putting a space in the next cell. This is unnecessary, a pain in the but, and will mess up any ISBLANK type formulas, among other things.

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Fig. 1

1
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Fig. 2

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Fig. 3
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3
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