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miket

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Hi all, new to this board, looks very helpful.
Is there a maximum amount of characters that can be entered in to a formula?
 

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WillR

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Welcome to the board. :)

I don't believe there is. Some functions have a maximum number of arguments though .... do you have a specific formula in mind?
 

WillR

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Thanks for putting me right there Andrew.... learn something here every time I log on!
 
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