In Google Sheets modification of rows, cells, and columns can help personalize your file. Learn how here.
By default, the cells of every new spreadsheet are always the same size. Once you begin entering information into your spreadsheet, it's easy to customize rows and columns to better fit your data.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to change the height and width of rows and columns, as well as how to insert, move, delete, and freeze them. You'll also learn how to wrap and merge cells.
Every row and column of a new spreadsheet is always set to the same height and width. As you begin to work with spreadsheets, you will find that these default sizes are not always well-suited to different types of cell content.
In our example below, some of the content in column B is too long to be displayed. We can make all of this content visible by changing the width of column B.
The autosizing feature will allow you to set a column's width to fit its content automatically.