When working with Google Sheets, there are times when you might find it necessary to alter the orientation of the text that is contained within the spreadsheet cells. One example of this would be if you desired to make the text vertical. You have numerous options when it comes to rotating text in a Google spreadsheet, which allows you to choose the precise text direction and angle that serves your purpose in the most effective manner. Now, here’s how to go about doing that:
How to Rotate Text in Google Sheets
To begin, choose a cell or several cells inside your sheet that contain the text that you would like to rotate. This can be done individually or in groups.
In this particular illustration, we will focus on cell A1.
After choosing the cells that contain the text that needs to be rotated, one of the following can be done to open the option for text rotation:
- Option 1: In the toolbar, select the menu that looks like an angled letter “A,” as shown in the picture that is just below this one.
- Option 2: In the toolbar’s “Format” option, select “Text rotation,” and then click “OK.” This is demonstrated in the image that may be found just below.