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A column in Excel is just known as a column. You could be referring to a column in a database, such as Access, which would be known as a field. In Excel each column is given a label so that they can be identified. Column labels are letters.

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A cell is identified by a column letter and a row number. This is called cell reference. There are no column numbers in Excel.


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


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That will depend on your version. Up to Excel 2003 it was IV, which is the 256th column. From Excel 2007 it XFD, which is the 16384th column.


It is column XFD that is the last column in Excel 2010. There are 16384 columns.


There is no special name. It would be column A. It is the first column. It could contain headings for each row.


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