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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Modifying Columns and Rows

The standard height of datasheet rows is just enough to display the contents of a row. While that setting fits a lot of data on a sheet, it doesn’t always make it easy to read the row’s contents. You can increase the height of your table’s rows or change the width of individual columns to show more or less of the row or column’s contents. Bear in mind that you can’t change the height of individual rows; changes you make to one row affect every row in your table.

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To change the width of more than one column, select the columns to change, move the mouse pointer over the edge of any of those columns’ selectors, and drag ...

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