Sets the alignment options for the contents of the current cell, or the selected cells.
Select the horizontal alignment option that you want to apply to the cell contents.
Aligns numbers to the right, and text to the left.
If the Default option is selected, numbers will be aligned to the right and text will be left-justified.
Repeats the cell contents (number and text) until the visible area of the cell is filled. This feature does not work on text that contains line breaks.
Aligns contents evenly across the whole cell. Unlike Justified, it justifies the very last line of text, too.
Indents from the left edge of the cell by the amount that you enter.
Select the vertical alignment option that you want to apply to the cell contents.
Aligns the cell contents to the bottom of the cell.
Aligns the contents of the cell to the top and to the bottom cell borders.
Same as Justified, unless the text orientation is vertical. Then it behaves similarly, than horizontal Distributed setting, i.e. the very last line is justified, too.
Sets the text orientation of the cell contents.
Click in the dial to set the text orientation.
Enter the rotation angle from 0 to 360 for the text in the selected cell(s).
Specify the cell edge from which to write the rotated text.
Text Extension From Lower Cell Border: Writes the rotated text from the bottom cell edge outwards.
Text Extension From Upper Cell Border: Writes the rotated text from the top cell edge outwards.
Text Extension Inside Cells: Writes the rotated text only within the cell.
Aligns text vertically.
This checkbox is only available if Asian language support is enabled and the text direction is set to vertical. Aligns Asian characters one below the other in the selected cell(s). If the cell contains more than one line of text, the lines are converted to text columns that are arranged from right to left. Western characters in the converted text are rotated 90 degrees to the right. Asian characters are not rotated.
Determine the text flow in a cell.
Wraps text onto another line at the cell border. The number of lines depends on the width of the cell. To enter a manual line break, press CommandCtrl+Enter in the cell.
Enables word hyphenation for text wrapping to the next line.
Reduces the apparent size of the font so that the contents of the cell fit into the current cell width. You cannot apply this command to a cell that contains line breaks.