If your table contains large text values, there are a couple of options that help you display these:
the amount of data displayed in any cell is determined by Options > Display Limits > Max Columns Size. If you have large text values you may wish to increase this to the maximum value (100K). If your data is large than this, it is recommended to use the Display LOBs feature.
select View > Variable Row Height. The height of the grid rows will expand to show the full text of the data.
right-click a cell and select View. This will take you to AQT's Detail of Data Value window.
you can display the cell contents using a particular application by right-clicking the cell and selecting View As. This is discussed in more detail in Displaying BLOBs and CLOBs.
Detail of a Data Value window
This window shows you the full value of a cell. This is useful if the cell contains a large text value.
you can show the value in wrapped and non-wrapped mode using View > Text Wrapped / Text not Wrapped
you can view the value in Hex using View > Hex Viewer. This is useful if your data contains binary or other special characters.
Note that if the data contains a hex0 character (x'00') the data will be truncated at that point. This is a limitation of the Windows text box used in this window. The way to avoid this problem, AQT will replace any hex0 characters with a ^ to enable the full value to be displayed.