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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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Google Spreadsheet Size Limits

I found that the column T is the last you will find by default in a sheet in Google Spreadsheets. After a little digging, I found that it can have up to 256 columns, or up to 200,000 cells, or up to 100 sheets -- whichever limit is reached first. There's no limit on number of rows.

So how do you go beyond column T? One way is to right click on the column header & then select "Insert 1 right" from the context menu.

Here are some more size limits of Google Spreadsheets -
  • Each spreadsheet can have up to 20,000 cells with formulas. Of this total, the following limits apply:
    • Up to 1,000 GoogleFinance formulas
    • Up to 1,000 GoogleLookup formulas
    • Up to 50 Import formulas
  • You have a limit of 1000 spreadsheets. The spreadsheets that are shared with you do not count against 1000 limit.
  • The limit on spreadsheets open at one time is 11.
  • You can import spreadsheets up to approximately 1 Mb in xls, xlsx, csv, ods, txt, tsv, or tsb format.
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Posted by Anonymous Anonymous | 3/05/2012 01:21:00 AM

Nice article. Didn't know how to get past column t, not intuitive. Your article solved my issue, thanks!!!!    


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