Many times you may have used word wrap to arrange the lines in an Excel cell so that it occupies the correct cell width you prefer. But what if you don’t like the way it wraps the text or you want to forcefully word wrap after a particular word in a sentence in an Excel Cell?
For example, in the picture below, in the first cell the text is word wrapped automatically and in the second cell it is word wrapped after the ‘Lyte Byte –‘ forcefully.
So here is the tip, wherever you want to manually insert word wrap or to write in more than one line within Excel cell, use keyboard shortcut Alt + Enter. This will allow to enter multiple lines within a single Excel cell with ease and on the go.