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It is called a column (a single stack of cells).

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0Column A is the first column in any spreadsheet, not just in Excel.

A column break is a term associated with Microsoft Word, not Excel. In Word, it starts a new column of text. In Excel, you can just go to another column to start entering new data.

A column is a stack of vertical cells.

A column is a vertical block of cells.

A 1 in Microsoft Excel is a value. A1 is a cell in column A and row 1.

There is an Autofit facility which will widen the column to the widest content in the column.

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There are no column formulas in Excel. Only formulas you put in individual cells. The closest thing to a column formula would be VLOOKUP.

XFD is the column label on the last column in a Microsoft Excel 2007 worksheet.

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Highlight the tab of column C and hit the insert column tool.

Excel 2003 has 65,536 rows and 256 columns.

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A cell in Excel does not form; it already exists. A cell is the intersection of a row and column.

Each column is identified by a letter or combination of letters. First you have A to Z for the first 26 columns. The 27th is AA, then AB, then AC and after AZ is BA, BB and so on. Depending on the version of Excel you have the last column will be IV up to Excel 2003, which is the 256th column or from Excel 2007 onwards it is column XFD, which is the 16,384th column.

In Microsoft Excel, double-click on the line that separates the column labels (the letters at the top of the spreadsheet). The column will resize to fit the contents of the widest value in that column. This usually works unless the contents of the cell are the result of a formula.

Autosizing (sometimes referred to autoscaling) is the action that Microsoft Excel performs when setting the width of a column based on the widest entry within the column.

It is the cell in column A, row 4 in a spreadsheet, such as Microsoft Excel.

It could be the cell at column Z and row 425.

B20 in Excel can refer to cell B20, which is the cell in the second column and 20th row on the worksheet.

The author of this question categorised it in Microsoft Excel. I am not aware of anything called "swim lanes" related to MS Excel. However, you can highlight a column by clicking on the column heading (the letter of the column at the top of the screen).

The total number of columns in versions of Excel up to Excel 2003 is 256 columns. The total number of columns in Microsoft Excel 2007 and onwards is 16384. The total number of rows up to Excel 2003 is 65536. From Excel 2007 it is 1048576.

A workbook, in Microsoft Excel, is what they call the spreadsheet(s). Just as in Microsoft Word, the page you are writing is called the document.

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