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Is there a way to bypass the 256 colums limitation in Excel

Question asked by Marc-Antoine Michel on Jan 9, 2008
Latest reply on Jan 18, 2008 by Brian Donovan
I am using DT to drive design of new product with Excel capacity to use different equation. To do that, I need to be able to link almost every cotation and be able to suppress or unsuppress a lot of fonctions.

Because of that, the 256 colums limitation is really too low (I could use over 3000 colums easily). There is only one configuration in my design (when it is done, I save it under another name and reuse the same file again and again) and so, I don't have any use for the 65 533 others rows I have (I'de really like to be able to use them instead of colums).

Any solution will be greatly appreciated