Follow the steps below to adjust cell padding in Google Sheets and enhance the readability and presentation of your data.
Open the Google Sheets document where you want to adjust vertical cell padding.
Click on the row numbers to select the rows where you wish to change the vertical padding.
Right-click on the selected row numbers and choose "Resize row" to set a new height.
Adjust the row height and click 'OK.'
Follow the steps below to edit the horizontal cell padding in Google Sheets.
Open the Google Sheets file where you need to adjust horizontal cell padding.
Select the columns for padding adjustment by clicking on their respective column letters.
Right-click on the selected columns and choose "Resize column."
Input a new width to modify the horizontal padding and click 'OK.'
We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to adjust Google Sheets cell padding. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on the percentage change formula in Google Sheets or our article on Google Sheets modulo function.
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