Thanks for your reply.
Tom Davies wrote
Did the text nearly fill the length of the cell?
No, it happens when there's ample room in the cell to accommodate the
Tom Davies wrote
When you undo the pasting can you double-click on the line between the row
headers to make it auto-adjust the height of the row?
No, after Undo removes the pasted content, double-clicking the row divider
does not revert the row to the original height.
This software seems to have serious issues with row height in general. After
opening the file, before pasting or doing anything, one row just randomly
has a different height than others (and the "Default value" box unticked),
when they're all the same height in Excel. On the other rows, that have
"Default value" ticked, if I untick the box but leave the Height unchanged
the row height visibly changes, but if I go back into the dialog it has the
same Height value and "Default value" is back to being ticked! WTF?!?
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