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Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Excel (part 9) - Sharing a Spreadsheet, Fitting and Hiding Text

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Sharing a Spreadsheet

Windows Phone 8 enables you to share spreadsheets either by emailing them or by using Tap+Send. You can share a spreadsheet by completing these steps:

1. Tap a blank cell.

2. Tap the Menu icon.

3. Scroll to and tap Share.

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4. Choose the mechanism you want to use to share the spreadsheet. You can use email or Tap+Send.

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Fitting and Hiding Text

Sometimes a cell is not wide enough to display all the text within it. When this happens, you can do two things to make the text visible. One option is to perform an AutoFit. An AutoFit expands the width of the column to accommodate the text. Another option is to wrap the text so that it fits within the current column width. Finally, you can simply hide the text from view on the spreadsheet.

Using AutoFit

To use the AutoFit feature, follow these steps:

1. Tap and hold the cell at the top of the column you want to adjust.

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2. Tap AutoFit.

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Using Wrap Text

To use the Wrap Text feature, follow these steps:

1. Tap and hold the cell at the top of the column you want to adjust.

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2. Tap Wrap Text.

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