Excel offers a wide variety of options to set the way characters are positioned within a cell (Figure 13):
Text Alignment options position the text within the cell.
Horizontal positions the text between the left and right sides of the cell or selection.
Vertical positions the text between the top and bottom of the cell.
Indent determines the amount of space between the cell contents and the left side of the cell.
Orientation options control the angle at which text appears within the cell.
Text Control options control how text appears within the cell:
Wrap text allows word wrap between the cell's left and right sides. (This may increase the height of the cell's row.)
Shrink to fit reduces the size of characters to fit within the cell.