Adjusting rows height

Changing the height of one or more rows in Excel
By default, the row height is adjusted automatically by the size or style of the cell's content, so you won’t have to take care of this by yourself.

But there are cases when you wish to set their specific height by yourslef, mostly to be taller than the content.
This could be to achieve better readability, when you feel the content of the cells is too clustered up, or for setting a better layout of the sheet on the page before being printed.

Select the rows by clicking the middle of the row header and dragging up or down until you cover the rows you want to adjust.

Then, drag the top or bottom edge of the rows header in order to adjust their height manually, or you can double click the top or bottom edge of the row header in order to have them resized automatically.