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On Mon, 5 May 2003 20:17:14 -0400, in bit.listserv.techwr-l you
> $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.
The row limit can be bypassed (to some extent) by using multiple
worksheets. Ditto for the limit of 256 columns.
If exceeding these limits on one worksheet is necessary, I
believe Quattro Pro may be a better option. Don't quote me.
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