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I was just wondering, is there a limit how many rows I can sort with a macro?

I wrote a simple sort function as a part of a bigger project and it
has worked perfectly for years. I have a spreadsheet with a two column
list. I add stuff at the end of that list and then sort it after each
new post. It has worked perfectly as I said, until today. Now the last
entry remains at last row.

The first column is numbers and the second is names, kind of, and I
sort to get the names in alphabetic order. The name of the last row
starts with a ”B”, but as I said, it remains at the last position
rather than somewhere at the beginning of the list.

The only difference between now and earlier when the macro worked, is
that the list now contains more than 800 rows (801; 802 if the header
row is counted), which keeps me wonder if there is some kind of 800
rows limit…

Here's the sort subroutine:

Sub SortStatistics(Range As Object,Field As Integer,Mode As Boolean)
        Dim SortFields(1) As New
        Dim SortDesc(1) As New



End Sub

Am I missing something?


Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

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