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How many rows can Excel Pivot Table analyse?

The number of records that Pivot Table can analyse is assumed to be slightly more 1 million, based on the how many records we can fill down the column of a worksheet. But nobody ever tested that limit. This is because Excel will run slower and slower as more records are added. It would take a long time to process the data when the number of records reached the half way mark at 500K rows of records. But if you really test the limit ...  more

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