Microsoft Excel

# How many cell are there in an Microsoft Excel Worksheet?

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That depends on the version you have. Up to and including Excel 2003, the standard amount of columns has been 256 and there has been 65,536 rows. That makes 16,777,216 cells. Since Excel 2007 the maximum number of rows per worksheet is now 1,048,576 and the number of columns is 16,384. That makes 17,179,869,184 cells.

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## Related Questions One cell in Excel can hold 32,767 characters.The maximum you can see in a cell on the worksheet is 1,024, but all 32,767 are shown in the formula bar. 16,777,216 cells in Excel 2003 and earlier.17,179,869,184 cells in Excel 2007. There are 16,384 columns in each worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2007. There are 256 columns in a worksheet of versions up to Microsoft Excel 2003 and there are 16,384 columns from version 2007 onwards. 256 columns up to version 2003 and 16384 columns from Excel 2007 onwards. In Microsoft Excel the opening default is three, although you can add as many as you want or delete all except the current worksheet Excel cells hold numbers and text. You can format the characters in many ways. You also can place objects and images on a worksheet, but they really do not go in the cells. There are 16,384 columns (A - XFD) and 1,048,576 rows, for a total of 17,179,869,184 cells per worksheet in Excel 2007. In Excel 2010 the number of rows per worksheet is 1,048,576 and the number of columns is 16,384 which is column XFD. That makes 17,179,869,184 cells. There are 16,384 columns (A - XFD) and 1,048,576 rows, for a total of 17,179,869,184 cells per worksheet in Excel 2007. There are 1,048,576 rows in each Excel 2007 worksheet.  The last cell in Excel 2007 is XFD 1,048,576 There are 16,384 columns and 1,048,576 rows. Microsoft Access is a database application and it does not have cells in the way a spreadsheet does. A datasheet in Access is not the same as a worksheet in Excel and it does not have a fixed amount of columns, rows and cells. So there is no answer to the question.  There are often occasions when you want to draw things on a worksheet, like an arrow pointing to a particular figure, doing diagrams on a worksheet, drawing shapes around things, and many other uses. In reference to Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, there are various colors and styles available for a cell theme depending on the version. Many versions of Excel have over 50 colors available for cells. MS-Excel is a powerful worksheet &amp; you calculate , syncronize many hard calculation, so MS-Excel is called Excel. In Microsoft Excel 2007, Total number of characters that a cell can contain is 32,767 characters. Source: Microsoft Office Website Check related link.. Worksheets have lots of formulas and they use values in cells. So if you change a value in a cell, any formula that uses that cell directly or indirectly can be affected by the change. How many other parts of the worksheet it will affect will depend on the particular worksheet, as each will have different formulas. Changing a value in a cell could affect one cell or many cells. 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. the column in Ms excel are 16,384 and 1048,576 rows and 17,179,869 cell in one spread sheet. The spread sheet ends with the letter XFD. Many things. This question is too broad to give a meaningful answer. You should include accurate data, correct formulas, understandable layout, etc. Including Office 2013, there are 12 versions of Microsoft Excel. See the related question below. Because of different technology and design between various versions of Excel. Older versions of Excel have less capability for many reasons, including the capability of the computers for which they were designed (e.g. Processor Speed, Amount of RAM, etc.).

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