Merging combines two or more cells to create a single, larger cell. This is a great way to create a label that spans several columns. To merge cells, follow these steps:
Drag the selection handle to select the cells that you want to merge. For example, drag the handle from cell A1 to cell C1.
On your iPad, tap Merge .
On your iPhone, tap the Edit icon , tap Home if it isn't already selected, and then tap Merge & Center.
Important: Only the data in the upper-left cell from a range of selected cells remains in the merged cell. Excel deletes data in the other cells of the selected range.
If Merge or Merge & Center is not available on the Home tab, make sure that the cells you want to merge aren’t inside a table.
If you change your mind, you can always unmerge the cells.
Select a merged cell.
On the Home tab, tap Merge or Merge & Center again.
If Merge or Merge & Center is not available on the Home tab, then the selected cell might not be a merged cell.
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