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Increasing the Maximum Number of Rows on an Excel Spreadsheet

Posted on 2001-06-08
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I am trying to import information into an Excel spreadsheet for further analysis but can only import 65,536 row - it tells me that all information has not been imported.

Does anyone know how (or if) I can increase the number of rows (substantially) past this limit.
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Sorry, you can not.

The only workaround is to split the data into separate worksheets or distribute it to several columns. How many lines do you have ? Are there blank rows which could be deleted before ?
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Unfortunately there are no blank rows at all.
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ajb3, it's time to move your data into Access. I don't say this because I'm an Access person (which I'm not really), but because Access will handle this far better than Excel. Let us know if you need help with that.
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ajb3, I should have known from your grading record...>8-(

 I   a m   n o t   r e s p o n s i b l e   f o r   M i c r o s o f t   l i m i t s  !

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