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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.

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