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Excel has several options for formatting cells. When formatting data, you may want to merge multiple cells to improve the formatting of a table. This is commonly done for the heading of a table that spans multiple columns. Also, when multiple rows have the same value, they can be merged and a single value retained. Merging cells is feasible only when presenting data and usually has to be removed when analyzing data.
Step 1 – Select the cells
– Select the cells to be merged
Step 2 – Navigate to the Merge menu
– Go to Home > Alignment
– Expand the Merge & Center menu
– Select Merge Cells
Step 3 – Acknowledge the warning
– Click OK on the warning
Step 4 – Check the result
– Multiple cells are merged