Question about Microsoft Excel for PC
I have a curious problem since I upgraded to Excel 2007. I will be editing the spreadsheet making changes as normal. I will go away from my desk for a while and when I return the cell where I last edited is now blank. I have to do an Undo to get the text back. This occurs 10-15 times a day and is very anoying.
There are no calculations going on, only simple text in the cells. Could this be a problem with our network? I continually have to save before I get up from my desk just to be sure I don't accidently forget to 'Undo' before typing anything new when I sit back down at my desk.
Do you have a touchpad on your laptop? I don't know if this is your problem, but I used to have the exact same issue with a new laptop with a sensitive touchpad. Without realizing it, after my last keystroke, I would slightly touch the touchpad with my wrist when I left the desk, which then moved the cursor to another cell, which caused the last cell entry to get deleted.
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Open the Microsoft Excel 2007 spreadsheet file on your computer that contains the blank cells that you want to merge.
Use your mouse to select the adjacent blank cells that you want to merge together. The cells you want to merge should then be highlighted in blue.
Click on the "Home" tab and then click on the "Merge and Center" option from the "Alignment" group. The blank cells will all be merged and centered.
Click on the arrow next to the "Merge and Center" option and then click on the "Merge Across" option if you don't want the blank cells centered.
Select the merged cells and then click on the "Merge and Center" button again at any time to split the cells.
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