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    Hello
    I am wondering does excel has the function to change the format of a worksheet to another format when it loads or opens on excel

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    Look at tools, options, general, you can change the font there

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    Sorry, I should make the question more clearier. Changing the format I mean I need to add more columns/rows, delete columns/rows, and enter numbers/texts etc...
    Can excel's function do that or I have to create macro to do that?
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    You could set the sheet up as you want and save it as a template and start working from it, you can't add more rows and columns the Maximum worksheet size is 65,536 rows by 256 columns, will that help?

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