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Grayed columns I had emailed an issue yesterday about the grayed out columns in the spreadsheet (column J on) and received a response that it sounds like my spreadsheet is locked. It is not locked because I can modify all cells except the grayed out ones. How can I add information to the grayed boxes? I see the add column icon at the bottom of the screen, but using that eliminates information already in the existing columns, rather than adding a new column. The details on this product said you have at least 26 columns which I don't have.

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Add information to grayed columns


any greyed out area is a non accessible are
either the spread sheet your are using is not advanced enough or that area is read only requiring an administrator's authority to access it
suspect that it is read only and is not for editing
if you go google and type in -- user manual for excel spread sheet-- there is a pdf version ( around 900 pages ) which has everything you need to know for excel spreadsheets
a good publication if you spend lots of time in excel as it misses nothing

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Julie, It sounds like the spreadsheet might be locked.

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