WRAP TEXT vs BLEED vs CUTOFF TEXT

I'm doing a long string of text in a cell to disappear instead of bleeding or packing.


I know how Wrap Text

When you insert a long string of text in a cell (such as a URL), there is a text wrap option that looks like this:

When this box is checked:

The text is (obviously) encapsulated by the left/right borders of the cell. In other words, the horizontal width of the column of the cell/remains the same but the vertical length of the line/cell will adjust to fit the text, making the whole of the visible text. It looks like this:

When it is NOT enabled:

The text in horizontal full bleed beyond the right edge of the cell, which actually look like this:

When I add text to the cell to the right (D2):

Then and only then don't cut the text (C2) or disappear as I need, like this:

How to make this happen without placing the text in the cell to the right?

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If the cell to the right has nothing in it, the text will bleed in it. If the cell to the right has something in it, like a space character, the text bleed in it. You can create a column of space characters (or whatever the character you choose) and then hide this column.

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