Have you ever had a string in a cell that you wanted to wrap after every word? The normal way of doing this would be to press F2 and edit the string. You would delete each space and then press Alt+Enter to add a new line character.
There’s an easier, less manual method of doing this, however-just use the SUBSTITUTE function. Suppose cell A1 contained “This is my text.” Enter the following into another cell:
What this results in is the text of cell A1 with small boxes where the spaces were. Turn on wrapping for the cell (done in the Format Cells dialog box) and each word appears on a different line, just as you wanted.