Currently Being ModeratedDec 21, 2013 4:32 PM (in response to BernardMR)
You've probably found this by now, but if not:
If the Format Panel is not displayed then select Tools > Settings > Show Format Panel. Enter Command+A to select the entire sheet. Select Cell at top of Format Panel. The row height is in an edit box below the font styles (bold, italic, etc). Click on the edit box and enter a new value (in points) or click on the up or down arrow. This edit box should be labeled "Row Height".
Currently Being ModeratedDec 22, 2013 10:31 PM (in response to YeOldMacFan)
Thanks for taking the trouble to write to me.
I have not found a solution yet. However, your suggestion did not work because the edit box you pointed to is not labeled "Row Height"; there is no label. If I click on the arrows (up or down) or enter a value, this changes the Font Size and not the Row Height.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 22, 2013 10:49 PM (in response to BernardMR)
Eureka, I have just found the solution.
Select the whole table by entering either Command+A (for Mac) or Ctrl+A (for Windows). Then hover on the leftmost column over any border between rows until a double arrow appears; drag this border either up (to make all the rows the same height and SMALLER) or down (to make all the rows the same height and LARGER).
Double-click on any border line between rows and all the rows will resize to the highest entry in any row.
Merry Christmas to all from South Africa
Currently Being ModeratedDec 23, 2013 8:01 AM (in response to BernardMR)
Thanks for the information. I'm not able to get all rows to resize when I drag the double arrow up or down, just the current row. But the double-click works well.
Merry Christmas to you from the USA.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 1, 2014 9:24 AM (in response to YeOldMacFan)
I have tested my solution in Windows 7 only and it is working.
Please note that the whole table must be selected. When you then hover on any row border until the double arrow appears and you click on that arrow, as you move the border up or down and release the mouse button, all rows are resized the same.