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String values assigned to a cell cannot have a length greater than 32767

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Updated March 2, 2017

Overview

This article explains the reason for the following error message when exporting an NCM rule to MS Excel:

String values assigned to a cell cannot have a length greater than 32767.

Environment

NCM 7.x

Detail

Based on the Microsoft document - Excel specifications and limits, the total number of characters that a cell can contain is 32,767 characters.

 

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