Dear Excel 2003, I need my columns back.
April 30, 2010 9:25 AM Subscribe
A few questions about Excel 2003.
posted by Brandon Blatcher to Computers & Internet (10 answers total)
1. There's a large spreadsheet, in Excel 2003 under Windows XP, that has over 256 rows, which evidently is the limit of the program. Do later versions of Excel support the ability to load more than 256 tables and if so, which versions, or what OS (Mac or PC)?
1a. Baring that ability, is there another way to get those last 20 columsn to load? I tried deleting some other columns, doing a save as and reloading the file, but those last columns still don't show up.
2. Within the spreadsheet described above, is it possibel to search for and isolate ROWS which do not have data in at least 25 of the 276 columns? If so, how?
Asuume I'm a total new Excel newb and speak slowly please!