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How many rows and columns does MS Excel have?


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2012-06-16 13:27:46
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There are 16,384 columns and 1,048,576 rows. Thanks

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There are 16,384 columns and 1,048,576 rows.

65,536 in versions up to MS Excel 2003. Excel 2007 and beyond has 1,048,576 rows.

There are 16,384 columns in each worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2007.

The maximum worksheet size is: 1,048,576 rows (across) by 16,384 columns (down). That is 17,179,852,800 cells.

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In Excel 2003, a worksheet can have a maximum of 65,536 (64k) rows by 256 columns. This is 2^16 x 2^8 = 2^24 = 16,777,216 possible cells.

tables are basically rows and columns of data (information)

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For a table, it is one, as it can be a single cell.

16,777,216 in versions up to MS Excel 2003. From MS Excel 2007 onwards is 17,179,869,184.

MS-Excel is a powerful worksheet & you calculate , syncronize many hard calculation, so MS-Excel is called Excel.

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.

You can do it a few ways. On the Insert tab there is a tables group. If you open that, it shows a grid on which you can select a table with 2 rows and 5 columns. You can also choose the Insert Table option and choose the amount of rows and columns you want. You can also use the draw option to draw a table with 2 rows and 5 columns.

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Transpose means to change places. In Excel Transpose will change the orientation of a block of cells. So a list of cells across a row can be changed to be in a column, and a list of cells in a column can be changed to be in row. A table of cells can all be changed to having the values in the rows being in columns and the values in the columns being changed to rows.

In MS Word, you format the page for columns. In Excel, you go to the location where you would like a new column and insert the column.

When you are defining the amounts of rows and columns for a table, Word allows to have one row and one column, in other words a single cell. So that is the absolute minimum. You may not regard that as being a table, so you can have two rows and one column or one row and two columns. You can have anything above that. Word usually suggests five columns and two rows as a default, but that can be changed.

MS excel is a part of MS Office suite. You can create spreadsheet with the help of MS excel.

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You can Insert a table in various ways. You can specify the amount of rows and columns you want. You can draw it using the drawing facilities. You can have text that is laid out in a structured way and use the Convert to Table option to make it into a table. You can bring in tables from other applications such as Excel or Access.

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