Rows are identified by numbers in Excel.
Yes. Rows are identified with numbers. Columns are identified with letters.
There are no special names for them. Rows are identified by numbers and columns are identified by letters. If you have a database set up, then rows are records and columns are fields.
No. Rows are identified by numbers in a spreadsheet. Columns are identified by letters.
Rows are identified by numbers.
Excel 2007 has 1,048,576 rows, so it has more than 65,536 rows. Excel 2003 had 65,536 rows and it was not possible to increase that.
Rows are horizontal cells identified by a number. Columns are vertical cells identified by a letter.
That depends on the version you have. The standard amount of rows has been 65,536 rows, up to Excel 2003. Since version 2007 of Excel the last row is 1048576. Excel 5 and 95 had 16,384 rows.
In Excel 2000 there are 65536 rows and 256 columns.
There are 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns in Excel 2010
Excel 2013 has 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns.
In Excel 97 there were 256 columns and 65536 rows.