When it comes to working with data in Excel, one of the most important things to keep in mind is the limit on the number of characters that can be entered into a cell. This limit is 1,048,576 characters, which can seem like a lot at first glance. However, when you consider that a single cell can only hold up to 32,767 characters, it's clear that this limit can quickly be reached. There are a few different ways to work around this character limit:
Keep in mind that there are also some limits on the number of characters that can be entered into a cell when using an array formula. The maximum number of characters that can be used in an array formula is 8,192. So if you need to enter more than 8,192 characters into a cell using an array formula, you'll need to split your data up into multiple cells.