What are contiguous cells
Merge or split cells in Numbers on Mac
When table cells are merged, adjacent cells are merged into a single cell. When dividing cells that were previously merged, all of the data in the new cell in the upper left is retained.
Here are some limitations:
It is not possible to merge cells that are not contiguous or from different areas of a table; B. Cells from standard lines and cells from title lines.
It is not possible to merge columns or rows.
It is not possible to divide a cell. If a cell has never been merged with another cell, it cannot be split.
Note: Forms cannot be used in tables with merged cells. Forms in a spreadsheet created in Numbers for iPad or for iPhone are hidden when you open the spreadsheet in Numbers for Mac. In Numbers for Mac, merging cells in a table that is linked to a form may delete the form.
Select two or more adjacent cells.
Control-click the cells, then choose Merge Cells.
Note: If the Merge Cells command is grayed out, you may have selected entire columns or rows, or a title cell and a standard cell that cannot be merged even if they are adjacent.
Merging cells has the following results:
If only one of the cells contains content before merging, the content and formatting of that cell will be retained in the merged cell.
If multiple cells contain content before merging, all of the content is retained. However, cells with a specific data format such as number, currency, or date are converted to text.
If a fill color is applied to the top left cell, the fill color for the merged cell is used.
If you've used a form to enter data in a table, you won't be able to merge cells in that table.
Control-click the cells, then choose Split Cells.
All the contents of the previously merged cells will be displayed in the first cell after splitting.
Note: When it comes to connected cells in formulas, there are some special features to consider:
You can refer to such a cell directly in a formula by entering the address (e.g. C3) in the upper left corner of the connected cell.
It is not possible to add only part of the contents of a merged cell to a range of cells used in a formula.
If you refer to a cell in a formula and later merge that cell with other cells that are outside the range expected by the formula, an error may occur when the formula is calculated.
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