+ 0 Votes Word wrap Pringles86 7 years ago Right click the cell you are going to paste to. Then select "Format Cells...", click the "Alignment" tab, check the "Word Wrap" checkbox, click ok, and paste your text. Let me know if this works out for you. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer itpixie May 24, 2013 at 6:19pm PST Just the job. Thanks for the short simple solution. + 0 Votes Just turn on Word Wrap wilecoyote22 6 years ago You paste normally but the text shows up as one huge line going off the spreadsheet. Now right click and select format cell (you could highlight multiple cells if you want). Now under format cells go to the Alignment tab. There check the "wrap text" option. Now your huge line of text will wrap to a single cell. Remember that you may need to adjust your cell to your liking. I suggest you adjust the width manually and just double click on the line under the row number. That will make Excel autosize the cell vertically. Have fun + 2 Votes hi khanhVN 3 years ago double click in the cell, then paste. + 1 Votes Easy solution to Pasting into Single Cell mcwong1 January 4, 2013 at 5:13am PST We had the same problem -- pasting a chunk of text that included several paragraphs and numbered lines into a single cell -- except Excel automaticallyi distributes it into multiple cells. Solution: Instead of psting into the CELL, click on the cell then paste into the data-entry bar above. Bingo -- everything is in just that one cell.....!