In Excel 97 through to Excel 2003 there were 256 columns and 65536 rows.

It depends of the version of Excel you are running. Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 have 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns. Excel 97, 2000, 2002 and 2003 have 65,536 rows and 256 columns. Excel 5 and 95 have 16384 rows and 256 columns.

A Microsoft Excel 97 through Excel 2003 worksheet contains 65,536 rows. A Microsoft Excel 2007 workbook saved in one of the new formats (.xlsx, .xlsm) has worksheets with 1,048,576 rows.

Save the workbook as an Excel 2007 file instead of 97-2003 file.

Open the workbook in Excel 7 and SaveAs the format you want.

( There was no version 1) Excel 2.0 for Windows Excel 3.0 Excel 4.0 Excel 5.0 No version 6 Excel for Windows 95 (version 7.0) in Office 95 Excel 97 (version 8.0) in Office 97. Excel 2000 (version 9.0) in Office 2000 Excel 2002 (version 10) in Office XP Office Excel 2003 (version 11) in Office 2003 Office Excel 2007 (version 12) in Office 2007 No version 13 Excel 2010 (version 14) in Office 2010 Excel 2013 (version 15) in Office 2013

Regular Excel files that are compatible with old versions of Excel (95 or 97) have the extension .xls. Regular Excel files made in or for 2007 or later have the extension .xlsx.

.xls for 97-2003 and .xlsx for 2007 and 2010.

There are 97 ones in 97.

Jim Muir has written: 'Excel 2000 an Advanced Course for Students (Software Course Books)' 'Excel 97 Further Skills (Software Guide)'

Donna Matherly has written: 'Excel 97 SmartStart' -- subject(s): Microsoft Excel (Computer file), Electronic spreadsheets, Business, Computer programs

Thomas Chester has written: 'Mastering Excel for Windows 95' -- subject(s): Business, Computer programs, Electronic spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel (Computer file) 'Mastering Excel 97' -- subject(s): Business, Computer programs, Electronic spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel (Computer file) 'Mastering Excel X for Windows'

1 does, 97 times. 97 does, once.

It works basicly the same way in both versions, but the commands are in different locations. The command is on the Formulas ribbon in Excel 2007 and the Tools - Formula Auditing menu in Excel 97-2003. See related links for an animated tutor of how to use trace precedents.

Mark Dodge has written: 'Running Microsoft Excel for Windows 95' -- subject(s): Business, Computer programs, Electronic spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel (Computer file) 'Microsoft Excel 2010 inside out' -- subject(s): Microsoft Excel (Computer file), Business, Computer programs 'Running Microsoft Excel 97' -- subject(s): Business, Computer programs, Electronic spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel (Computer file)

97 feet = 97 feet or 1,164 inches.

It is only: 1*97 = 97 because it is a prime number

97 pounds = 44 kilograms.

97 acres = 4,225,320ft²

97 days = 139,680 minutes

97 inches=246.38 centimeters

97 inches = 2,463.8 millimeters.

Answer: 97 kg = 15.3 st

There are 38.1889764 inches in 97 cm.

97 centimetres = 0.97 metres

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