Excel and VB 6.0

sextdav

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I've written an app to add rows of information to an excel file. Everything works fine until the row number exceeds 460.
Then I get the following error :

run time error '1004':
application-defined or object-defined error

Does anyone know why it does this, or a way around it??? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

DES
 

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sextdav

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Thanks for the interest in helping me, but I managed to figure it out myself. Thanks anyway.

DES
 
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