Ho to convert data more than 65536 line in Excel 2003

I am using Excel 2003.
I have data file in .txt which has more than 65536 line.
While I tried to convert to Excel it asking me to convert the rest to another sheet using the line number exclude the one already converted which is 65536.
but while I put the start raw as 65536 it does not allow. Please advise how to get the rest of remailning data conveted to another sheet.
Prompt response would be highly appreciated.
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download and install a text editor like notepad++ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/  and make a copy of the original file. Edit the copy deleting the first 65536 lines - then import the new file

To edit the file
if you use the goto item under the Search menu it will take you to the whatever line number you need to go to.  the press Ctrl-Shift-Home to select all of the previous lines then hit delete and save

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alam747Author Commented:
Thanks a lot, it works.
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