anyone can help? delphi 7 TADOTable cannot connect to 400 columns excel

I use a TADOConnection (e.g. connection1) to connect a Excel 2007 file with
about 400 columns in a worksheet, using the following connectionString:
Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=D:\temp\exportFG.xlsx;Extended
Properties="Excel 12.0;HDR=YES;"
when I set the connected properties to true, no error occur.
but when i put a TADOTable and set its connection to connection1,
tableDirect = true, only 256 columns can be retrieved!! is this a limitation
in Delphi 7 components (I know before Excel 2007, a worksheet has maximum
256 columns only)
I am using Delphi 7.

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