> Is there a limit to the max number of columns in the spreadsheet? Several, but without knowing what you are actually up to, it is a little hard give a full answer.
You can select Resize from the sheet tab menu. That will allow you to change the size up to 16k columns and 16M rows. In principle we could go higher, but you don't really want to go high enough for TRUE to become a valid row name. Both row and column numbers need to stay well below the maximum "int", probably by a factor of 8. Finally there is a practical limit in that if you actually fill up a gigantic sheet with data then you are likely to run into inefficiencies, known and unknown, causing cpu and memory usage to leave the realm of reason. We don't know precisely where this limit lies -- that depends on what you actually do with the sheet. On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 3:12 AM, Berntsson, Martin <martin.bernts...@eon.se> wrote: > Hi Guys, > > > > Thanks for a great software. > > Works fast and do things right. > > Really like many sides of it. > > > > Is there a limit to the max number of columns in the spreadsheet? > > > > > > Med vänliga hälsningar / With kind regards / Freundliche Grüße, > > > > Martin Berntsson > > > > Data Scientist > > Meter Data Management (MDM) > > T : +46 - 706 304755 > > martin.bernts...@eon.se > > > > E.ON Elnät Sverige AB > > Nobelvägen 66 > > 205 09 Malmö > > www.eon.se > > > > > _______________________________________________ > gnumeric-list mailing list > email@example.com > https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnumeric-list > _______________________________________________ gnumeric-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnumeric-list