MAX NUMBER OF SHEETS

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jimbojones

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From what I understand number of sheets is only limited by the PC's available memory.

Although I thought I'd read a figure for this somewhere. I'm sure the workbook would get way to large and unwieldy long before the sheet limit was reached anyhow....surely?

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