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By merging cells, one of the best ways to arrange the spreadsheet is. This makes identifying columns and viewing data simpler. No matter what application you are using, combining cells is a simple job, and we’re seeing how to do it in Excel. It’s pretty easy to do, so we’ll be going to teach you how to merging cells into Google Sheets. In our case, we’re supposed to have used a contact list. The aim is to merge into one group the First Named and Last Named cells. Open your spreadsheet and brace yourself to execute it!

How to merged cells in Google Sheets:

  1. Merging cells begins, including several tasks, by highlighting the cells you choose to combine. We’ve highlight cells A1 and B1 in our instance.

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  1. After your cells have been selected, head to the Format tab between Insertion and Data.

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  1. Located the option for Merge Cells and opening the side menu. You will see four options in all, which we will break down following.

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  1. Now, take a look at the possibilities for merging cells available in Google Sheet:
  • Merge All:

This will merging all the cells that were picked to make them one. Note that it is only possible to have contiguous cells which can be merged. When you have non-contiguous cells, there would be no merging options available for use.

Merge Cells in Google Sheets - Merge All

  • Horizontally merging:

This will merged all of the horizontal cells into one. And if you choose many as one cell chain, only the horizontal cells will be merged.

Merge Cells in Google Sheets - Merge Horizontally

  • Vertically merge:

This will merge have all vertical cells into a single one. And if you choose many as one cell columns, only the vertical cells would be merged.

Merge Cells in Google Sheets - Merge Vertically

  1. When we blend headers for two columns, we would choose to merge horizontally. All will fit together, too, but in this situation it’s no different.

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  1. Caution: We get a sms alert that informs us that only the left cell can hold its text while we’re merging two cells of text. This is not a big concern, since we only merge the names and would have to modify the text of the column.
  2. When you merging the cells, you can find that there is the same text as before in the left cell.
  3. We’re going to adjust the mark to Name now and change the orientation to Middle. This doesn’t look quite right to see the text in a big cell off-balance, after all.

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This is all way things there is to it! Now that you understand how to merging cells in Google Sheets, with either the Unmerge selection on the same menu, you can still undo a merged. Of course, if you’d like to master Google Sheets, there is always a lot to discover.

How to make a graph in google sheets:

It’s pretty easy to build a graph in Google Sheets as long as you’ll be logging into your Google account.

How to create a chart or graph in Google Sheets to get a visual display of your data

  • Open your Google Sheet, or make a new one by inserting your information into a sheet by going to
  • By pressing the first cell and pressing the shift key on your Mac or Computer keyboard when choosing the other cells you need to use, pick the cells that you want to be included in the your table.
  • Pick “Insert” and afterwards “Chart.” from the top toolbar.
  • Then your graphs or charts will appear on your spreadsheet. Google Sheets will pick the best choice for your results, whichever chart it considers.
  • However, by selecting the drop-down menu option in the chart editor, found on the right hand side, you can still adjust the type of graphical form used.

How to make a pie chart in google sheets:

  1. Check for Google Sheets and launch your window with a new spreadsheet.

chart type menu

  1. In the spreadsheet, insert or type your information, pick all of the data and names, and navigated to Insert > Chart to open the Chart Editor.
  2. You can pick the sort of pie chart that you want on the menu. Currently, on the spreadsheet, a sample pie chart would appear. Since, based on your info, Google Sheets auto-creates an acceptable map.
  3. Go over to the Customize tab on the Chart Editor pane to customise the pie chart in Google Sheets, where you should adjust chart types, modify slice colours, add or remove chart and legend names.

customize tab

  1. In the meantime, you can opt to erase, download, publish, copy or transfer the chosen pie chart diagram in Google Sheets by clicking on the 3 vertical dots in the pie chart, choosing Edit Chart to reopened Chart Editor

edit chart option

How to lock cells in google sheets:

Often, you would just like to lock a certain number of cells into a spreadsheet. This is how to lock (specific) cells onto Google Sheets in such situations.

  • Start by highlighting a cell or group of cells you would like to cover, first of all. Then, to begin defending these cells, go to the Data > Protected Sheets and Ranges menu. For the menu option, see the sample below.

How to Protect Cells in Google spreadsheet

  • In the sidebar, I generally suggest giving a name to this safe range. I will simply refer to it as the tax rate for my case. Then, as you’ll see below, click on Set Permissions.

Tax Rate set permissions

  • Now, towards the next menu that I display below, pick the choices you want to use. “Restrict who can edit this range”Restrict who can edit this range,”Only you”Only you.

Restrict who can edit this range

How to sort in google sheets:

  1. Please press View and hover over Freeze with your mouse. From either the list and select, pick 1 row.
  2. The row with the header freezes. Make a decision the column is going to be sorted, and now in the column, press a cell.
  3. Press Data, and choose Column Sort Sheet, A-Z (ascending) or Column Sort Sheet, Z-A (descending). We’ll chose Sort Sheet by column in our case, A-Z.
  4. The sheet is sorted in compliance with your selection.


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