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Change Excel columns width to percentage by using GRID (horizontal alignment)?
I’ve got following excel sheet in a column with descriptive names:
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
1.1 2.2 4.1
But I want to have a new column with “percentage” numbers for width of respective cells:
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
1.1 2.2 4.1 90%
Does Excel have such a function (such as “Custom” cells)? Or how can I do this?
You can do this by resizing the column width, rather than the cell width. Select Column 4, set the width to be the width of the column, and set the alignment of the column to “Center”, and then select the box with the pointer in it and change the number to 90%
There’s a text box on the right-hand side of the cell where you select the percent.
If you open a “Design” dialog and go to the Grid tab, you can change the % width to whatever you’d like.
British Bake-off winner Gail Hardie has died aged 42.
The mother-of-two was one of the favourites to win this year’s show, but was forced to withdraw after suffering from acute morning sickness last week.
She was a founder member of the Food Allergy Network.
It has been reported that she died of an allergic reaction.
The network said in a statement: “This is a terrible loss to the food allergy community. She was a wonderful individual.
“Our thoughts are with her family and friends. The Network will be making no further comment.”
Official: GBBO star Gail Hardie dies – Daily Mail Online
Gail Hardie was one of the favorites to win this year’s show
Hardie was Britain’s best amateur baker in 2006, and reached the semi-finals on both of the last two occasions.
She also reached the top four in the show’s 100th anniversary year in 2012, where she lost to Jay Rayner, who went on to win.