When creating a solution for a user, it’s a good idea to give the user an instruction sheet. This is not an issue in Word, but it can become a major headache to create in Excel.
If we were to create an instruction sheet that is designed to fit within the width of a single screen, we often end up with data that doesn’t respect the boundaries we’ve established.
A common solution is to cut-and-paste segments of the text onto separate rows to create a paragraph look to the text. (click image for larger view)
This may look good today, but if the information is updated, we may find ourselves back in the same situation.
Now we must manually adjust all the line breaks to accommodate the new text.
There must be a better way!!!
Let’s look at the Justify feature.