Text entries can be up to 511 characters long, so it is possible to make an entry that exceeds the current width of a column. If you make an entry longer than the column, NExS continues the text in the next empty cell to the right, and so on until it reaches an occupied cell. NExS stores the entry in full as you entered it, but only displays the number of characters that will fit in available empty cells.
If you change the alignment of the data in the cell, the text will be truncated as needed on the left, right, or both as necessary.
You can format the entire column with the Snap Width to Contents option to adjust the column width to contain the entire string.
If the cell has the wrap attribute, the text will divided between words to fit within the current cell width. The cell contents will extend downward to accommodate the entire cell contents. This downward display will be truncated by a non-empty cell. You can adjust the row height to accommodate the multiple lines of text fully displayed. The Snap Height to Contents option forces a best-fit row height.
To edit an entry that is displayed over more than one cell, position to the cell actually containing the value. NExS displays the full entry in the Edit Line.