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Only one cell can be the active cell at any one time. Even if you have lots of cells selected, only one of them is the active cell.

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At any one time you can only be working on one cell in Excel, like when you are typing data. Even if you have many cells selected, only one can actually be used. That cell is the active cell. All other cells are inactive. So an inactive cell is any cell that is not the active cell.


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In Microsoft Excel 2007, Total number of characters that a cell can contain is 32,767 characters. Source: Microsoft Office Website Check related link..


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