Software & Apps Google Drive 95 95 people found this article helpful How to Wrap Text in Google Sheets Learn how to wrap text in a single cell, a full row, or a whole column by Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated on August 06, 2020 Google Drive Sheets Docs Slides Tweet Share Email When you add a large amount of text to a Google Sheets cell, the entry may overlap other cells and columns. This can make your spreadsheets difficult to read and navigate. We show you how to wrap text in Google Sheets so your entries are orderly and visible all the time. How to Wrap Text In Google Sheets To keep long entries readable even when their cell isn't active, turn on the Wrap Text option under the Format menu. Here's how. Select one or more cells containing the text you want to wrap. Select a header to highlight an entire row or column. To apply text wrapping to an entire spreadsheet, click the empty box in the upper-left corner between the A and 1 column and row headers. Open the Format menu. Select the Text wrapping option to open a submenu containing three options: Overflow: The cell remains the same size, but the text that doesn't fit extends out on a single line.Wrap: Enlarges a cell vertically to fit all of the text. The cell stays the same width.Clip: Cuts text off at the border unless you select the cell. Select Wrap to ensure all of the information you enter is always visible. The cell enlarges so the text fits it. Notice this command also makes the cells in the rest of the row larger.