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To autofit column width or row height in Excel, you can use the following methods:

Autofit Column Width:

1. Double-click the right boundary of the column header. This will adjust the column width to fit the widest cell content in that column.

OR

2. Select the column(s) you want to autofit.

3. Go to the "Home" tab on the Excel ribbon.

4. In the "Cells" group, click on "Format."

5. Hover over "AutoFit Column Width" in the dropdown menu and click on it.

Autofit Row Height:

1. Double-click the bottom boundary of the row header. This will adjust the row height to fit the tallest cell content in that row.

OR

2. Select the row(s) you want to autofit.

3. Go to the "Home" tab on the Excel ribbon.

4. In the "Cells" group, click on "Format."

5. Hover over "AutoFit Row Height" in the dropdown menu and click on it.

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To autofit column width or row height in Excel, you can use the following methods:

Autofit Column Width:

1. Double-click the right boundary of the column header. This will adjust the column width to fit the widest cell content in that column.

OR

2. Select the column(s) you want to autofit.

3. Go to the "Home" tab on the Excel ribbon.

4. In the "Cells" group, click on "Format."

5. Hover over "AutoFit Column Width" in the dropdown menu and click on it.

Autofit Row Height:

1. Double-click the bottom boundary of the row header. This will adjust the row height to fit the tallest cell content in that row.

OR

2. Select the row(s) you want to autofit.

3. Go to the "Home" tab on the Excel ribbon.

4. In the "Cells" group, click on "Format."

5. Hover over "AutoFit Row Height" in the dropdown menu and click on it.

Using these methods, Excel will automatically adjust the column width or row height to fit the content of the cells within the selected range.
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