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XFD1 is the cell reference at the end of the first row in Excel. Column XFD is the 16384th column.

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The last cell in Excel 2007 is XFD 1,048,576 There are 16,384 columns and 1,048,576 rows.


It is a single block in the grid on the Excel screen, formed by the intersection of a column and row.


A1 is the address of the first cell.


When a new Excel worksheet is first opened, A1 is the active cell. It can be changed after that.


a cell reference identifies the location a cell or group of cells in the spreadsheet


That will depend on your version. Up to version 2003 it was IV65536. In Excel 2007 and later versions it is XFD1048576.


The last cell is the cell at the end of the last row and bottom of the last column. It is the cell in the bottom right corner of your worksheet. The actual address depends on what version of Excel you are using. Up to Excel 2003 it is IV65536 and from Excel 2007 on it is XFD1048576.


In Excel 2007, I got XFD1048576. In Excel 2003, I got IV65536. In Excel 2002, I got IV65536. NOTE: You can open MS Excel, click a cell, then press Ctrl + Right arrow, Ctrl + Down arrow to get the result.


No. The condition of a cell can be either true or false.



The question is not clear, but this is my best guess for an answer. There is no way to freeze only a single cell. Select cell B2 and freeze panes. In Excel 2007, on the View Tab, in the Windows section, click on Freeze Panes. Then, select the first option to freeze columns to the left and rows above the selected cell.


That depends on the version of Excel. Up to Excel 2003 it would be A1:IV65536. From Excel 2007 onwards it would be A1:XFD1048576.


The last cell is XFD1048576. That is because there are 16384 columns and 1048576 rows in versions of Excel from 2007 onwards. So that includes Excel 2013. Column XFD is the 16384th column.


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Cell comments are called "comments." There is no other term.


In versions 2013, 2010 and 2007 of Excel it is XFD1048576. In older versions it is IV65536.



Each intersection of a row and column is a cell. So it will depend on which version of Excel you have There are 16,777,216 cells in Excel 2003 and earlier. There are 17,179,869,184 cells in Excel 2007 and after.


Excel 2007 = XFD32 (16,385 total columns) Excel 2003 and earlier = IV32 (256 total columns)


A cell is a single location while a range is a collection of related cells.


Because the column comes before the row. BC90 would be a valid cell in Excel 2007 or higher.




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