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Apparently, there is also a 65,000 row limit...I passed that a while ago...I
have three tables; 35,000, 46,000. and 27,000. I'm now going to import them
into an Access database. In the long run, it may be better this way as I can
create a catalog of queries that will allow me to be more consistent when I
extract information and import it into my Framemaker document.
Senior Technical Writer
jposada -at- book -dot- com
> $So, is a half million rows too cumbersome with Excel?
Yes John, there is a file size limit, and it depends on the
version of Excel you are running and what you are doing.
"Excel has a number of memory limits which apply to
different items. These limits operate relatively
So, at 6.5MB, I think you still have a long way to go before you
hit a limit.
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