To set a range of data to be imported from the file, use the Add range button.
To remove a range, use the Delete range button.
To edit an existing range, double-click it in the Ranges list. The Range dialog allows you to set a number of options for the range being edited.
Select Range Type from the corresponding drop-down list. Then specify the column, row or cell number whose range is to be defined.
Start and Finish section allows you to set the range of the values to be imported from the specified row or column.
Use the From Data Starting and While Data Exist options to automatically define the range of the values.
If neither start row/column nor finish row/column was specified you need to set range direction: Down or Up for column range and Right or Left for row range.
Use Sheet section to define the location of the row/column for which the row was specified.
You can select either Default sheet, or Custom Sheet.
For custom sheet you need to select Sheet Number or Sheet Name from the appropriate drop-down list.
Note: If Cell was set as Range Type, the only thing you can specify at this dialog is its number.