## How many total row are there in MS Excel 2010?

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## How many total row are there in MS Excel 2010?

1,048,576 rows

Worksheet and workbook specifications and limits

Feature | Maximum limit |
---|---|

Total number of rows and columns on a worksheet | 1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns |

Column width | 255 characters |

Row height | 409 points |

Page breaks | 1,026 horizontal and vertical |

**How do you insert a Total row?**

Select any cell in your table and press Ctrl+Shift+T. And there you go! A total row is added to the bottom of your table.

**How can you select an entire row in a table?**

To select an entire row, click the row number or press Shift+spacebar on your keyboard. To select an entire column, click the column letter or press Ctrl+spacebar.

### How do you insert a row in a table in Excel?

Use Insert to add a row

- To insert a row, pick a cell or row that’s not the header row, and right-click. To insert a column, pick any cell in the table and right-click.
- Point to Insert, and pick Table Rows Above to insert a new row, or Table Columns to the Left to insert a new column.

**How do you add a total row to this table and display the average for the cost column instead of the SUM of all the values?**

Add a total row to this table and display the average for the Cost column.. On the Table Tools Design tab, in the Table Style Options group, click the Total Row check box. In the total row at thee bottom of thee table, click in the Cost Column. Click the arrow and select Average.

**Which of the following methods can you use to add a total row to a table?**

## How do I select a row in a second table?

Selecting Rows and Columns To select a row in a table, move the cursor to the left of the row until it turns into a white arrow pointing up and to the right, as shown below. To select multiple rows this way, drag the mouse down over the other rows once you’ve selected one row.

**How do you select entire column?**

You can also click anywhere in the table column, and then press CTRL+SPACEBAR, or you can click the first cell in the table column, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW. Note: Pressing CTRL+SPACEBAR once selects the table column data; pressing CTRL+SPACEBAR twice selects the entire table column.

**Why is Hlookup used?**

Use HLOOKUP when your comparison values are located in a row across the top of a table of data, and you want to look down a specified number of rows. Use VLOOKUP when your comparison values are located in a column to the left of the data you want to find. The H in HLOOKUP stands for “Horizontal.”