Google Spreadsheets: Add multiple lines in a single cell – Google Spreadsheets is not only the best and free alternative to Microsoft Office, it is just perfect for any user. Moreover, it is cloud app and you don’t have to worry about saving and file corruption.
Just like MS Office, Google Spreadsheets allow you to add multiple lines in a single cell. All you have to do is use a single keyboard shortcut. In case you are wondering, here’s how to add multiple lines in a single cell.
Add Multiple Lines in a Single Cell – Google Spreadsheets
Adding multiple lines in a single cell is pretty helpful when you merge multiple cells into a single cell or block to add the content.
- To add multiple lines, simply type your first line and then press the keyboard shortcut Alt + Enter to move to the next line.
- If you are on a Mac then the shortcut will be Option + Enter.
That’s all there is to do. As soon as you press the keyboard shortcut, you will be moved to the next line to type the data. As you can see from the above image, I’ve used this keyboard shortcut to quickly add multiple lines in a single cell in Google Spreadsheets.
Hope that helps and do comment below sharing your thoughts and experiences about using the above method to add multiple lines within a single cell in Google Spreadsheets.