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I want to change the Name of Row & Coloum so please give me the method

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  • Reena Aug 28, 2007

    Yes dear i want change Row & Coloums 1 , 2 , 3 in A B C D give me method

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Dear Reena, As far as I knew, it's impossible to change the name of row and column,did you mean to change a column name such as A,B,C .... IV and Row like 1,2,3.... 65536 or could you tell me more detail of your problems. Best Regards, Sudrajat

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Excel, a part of the Microsoft Office suit, offer password protect feature to prevent unauthorized users from viewing or modifying a *.xls (Microsoft Excel) file data, we can password protect MS Excel 2003 files so that only certain people can control the information.

Before Excel 2003 password protecting, here are a couple of notes:

1. Before password-protecting a workbook or worksheet, you have to consider writing down the password and keep it secure. That way, if you lose or forgot the Excel password, it will be easier to recover the information.
2. Excel has two types of password. One is "password to open" and the other one is "password to modify". You can password-protect the worksheet against modifications so that give some people read-only access to a workbook, or you can password-protect the workbook against opening an entire workbook of multiple worksheets.
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Microsoft Excel 2003 isn't free.
You can use Open Office as a free alternative to Excel 2003
here is the link where u can take Open Office
http://download.openoffice.org/
The Excel alternative is called Calc and Writer is alternative for Word


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