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What is the max number of rows you can have in Excel 2007?
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As excerpted from http://visio.mvps.org/Excel_2007.htm

the last cell in Excel has gone from IV65536 to XFD1048576. That is going from 256 columns to 16,385 columns and from 65,536 rows to 1,048,576 rows. The new spreadsheet capacity is the same as an Excel 2003 workbook with 1,024 spreadsheets.
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