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There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

There is no default value for rows and columns. All cells are blank and the cursor is always in column A and row 1 when a new worksheet loads, making cell A1 the active cell.

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