When working with Google sheets, you often need to rotate text to have the best effects. This is very similar to the Excel spreadsheet.
Step 1: Open the spreadsheet and select the cell or data range you want to wrap. In this example, we use one cell for practice, but it works in the same way when you have multiple cells;
Step 2: Click the "Text Rotation" command, and select one of the rotation options;
Step 3: For example, we select the "Tilt up" command;
Step 4: If you cannot find the rotation you need in the drop-down commands, please click the box at the end and pick up the rotation degree;
Step 5: Google sheets provide the common degrees from -90 to 90 for your quick selection. However, if you cannot find the degree you need from the list;
Step 6: For example, you need to type 20 in the rotation box and the text will rotate to the degree of 20.