can i have multiple group of columns in excel 2003?

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can i have multiple group of columns in excel 2003?

hi there, say i want to group my xls columns in a way that, column "aa to az" as group1, column "ba to bz" as group2, column "ca to cz" as group3, so on so forth...

in my trial, after created group1, i can't create group2, instead group1 will include columns "aa to az" & "ba to bz"

is it possible to have multiple group of columns in excel 2003? if so how to do?

many thx!
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