"Excel 2007 raised this limit to 1,048,576 rows (and 16,384 columns)"
Yes, shure. But who likes to have a spreadsheet with 1,048,576 rows ;-)
I'm just wondering about how i would do something like this.
Even splitting such a large log by timestamp into different worksheets is no fun.
But what else? Perhaps putting the whole stuff into a database and write some stored procedures that do the dirty mangle job(s) a.s.o...?
Best regards, Karl
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