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Den fre 2 sep. 2022 kl 17:33 skrev Chris J. <>:



Is there some practical limit to the number of rows specifically, but
columns too, that an LO Calc spreadsheet can have?

Yes. Maximum for rows is 2²⁰ rows, that is 1048576 rows.
I'm not sure about columns, but the newest version is supposed to support
more columns than previous versions.
Seems like the last column is AMJ. If in R1C1-mode it's 1024, so 1024
columns in LibreOffice

I've run into this before with my checkbook. The spreadsheet is arranged
such that down is back in time, the current amount is at the top.
There's a formula in one column that calculates the current amount in
the account. This is where the problem happens. I added some deposits
this morning and in the new rows at the top in the column which should
calculate the amount in the account I get the literal #VALUE.

The column with the formula worked perfectly up to this point. The sheet
has 2540 rows. I get there error gong from 2536 to 2537.

Without knowing anything about those formulas it's impossible to answer
this question, but 2500 rows should never be a problem. I have a
spreadsheet open right now in LibreOffice Calc that is 5064 rows right now
(adding one row each day) and I have no problems with it. I'd guess some
cell is corrupt or something is wrong with one of your formulas, but since
I don't have a clue what your formulas look like I can't say anything more
than that.

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg



Chris Johnson
Ex SysAdmin, now, writer        /Marriage is a great institution, but I'm
ready for an institution yet.
/(Mae West)

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