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Add columns The columns after column J are grayed out and I can't add columns. I used the add column icon at the bottom of the screen, but as I add a column, it deletes ones already existing in order to create a new blank column. How can I add information in the grayed out cells in column J on?

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Julie, It sounds like the spreadsheet might be locked.

Posted on Jan 02, 2014

  • Julie Bartkowiak
    Julie Bartkowiak Jan 05, 2014

    So if it is locked how do you unlock it? The description says that you get 50 columns and I only have nine??

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