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I cannot get this stupid program to display zeros at the end of my
decimals....this sucks....any suggestions?
decimals....this sucks....any suggestions?
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I am having an issue with text strings that contain numbers. I can strip off the number from string but when I do excel loses the trailing zeros in the string. I need to know how many decimal places there are.
String example
1245.00 p 2 decimals
11.000 bnz 3 decimals
900.1 cv 1 decimals
89.59 cv 2decimals
The variables that do not end in zero are easy to determine. I need something that will work for both.
I was thinking some sort of pattern search. The numbers are always separated by spaces.
Hi all,
Anyone knows of a formula or combination of formulas to display a number with different decimals depending on a condition?
for example;
If condition A is met, display number with no decimals
if condition B is met, display number with 2 decimals
and
if condition c is met, display number with 4 decimals
help will be greatly appreciated
Thanks 
Juan Garces
Anyone knows of a formula or combination of formulas to display a number with different decimals depending on a condition?
for example;
If condition A is met, display number with no decimals
if condition B is met, display number with 2 decimals
and
if condition c is met, display number with 4 decimals
help will be greatly appreciated
Thanks 
Juan Garces
Hi there!
I got a bunch of data stored in a CSV format, where some of the values are decimal values (two decimals). When I convert this into XLS something strange happens. When the first two digits (before the . and the decimals) are from 1 to 12 the XLS document doesnt display the number, it displays it as a date. I have checked that all my cells are formatted to general, and also tried to format them to scientific with 2 decimals and number with 2 decimals, none of which helps Any idea how to fix this?
(not surprisingly) the values without decimals remains as they wore in the CSV format.
Help will be greatly appreciated!
I got a bunch of data stored in a CSV format, where some of the values are decimal values (two decimals). When I convert this into XLS something strange happens. When the first two digits (before the . and the decimals) are from 1 to 12 the XLS document doesnt display the number, it displays it as a date. I have checked that all my cells are formatted to general, and also tried to format them to scientific with 2 decimals and number with 2 decimals, none of which helps Any idea how to fix this?
(not surprisingly) the values without decimals remains as they wore in the CSV format.
Help will be greatly appreciated!
I am entering numbers into a cell that is not being influenced by an active macro. Formatted for number with no decimals. The last one or two zeros from the entry are being truncated. When I enter 3,700,000 the cell will lose the last two zeros and display 37,000?
I can copy the same cell from another worksheet and it will accept it and the number remains complete, but if I try and reenter another number into it the truncation begins again. The cell is being utilized in a calculation, but it does not have a formula in it, it's just a number value.
Strangest thing I have ever seen in excel.
Thanks for you suggestions and ideas about WTF is going on?
Michael
Hi all!
I need to remove the decimals and trailing zeros from numbers in order to use them with a real time financial data stream. For example, I need to change 9.50 to 95. I've stood on my head over this one with no luck. Any help would be appreciated.
Mike
It takes 5 clicks and a scroll down in Excel 2007 to untick: "Show a zero in cells that have zero value". And this is just for the current worksheet. Is there no shortcut to stop the display of zeros? Or some way to set the default to NOT display zeros?
Hello,
Using Excel 2007: I have a spreadsheet that is calculating several formulas and placing the sum in specific cells. This works well, except; because of the extensive calculations, there are sometimes 1525 numbers after the decimal. For example, in some cases, the sum displays as 25.3654896523658
I know that I can FORMAT the cell to display a specified number of decimals, however, how do I format the FORMULA to only calculate to TWO decimals. In other words, how do I direct the formula to round off to two decimals in the sum so the above example would read 25.36 in the formula bar.
Thank you in advance for the input.
Chris
Using Excel 2007: I have a spreadsheet that is calculating several formulas and placing the sum in specific cells. This works well, except; because of the extensive calculations, there are sometimes 1525 numbers after the decimal. For example, in some cases, the sum displays as 25.3654896523658
I know that I can FORMAT the cell to display a specified number of decimals, however, how do I format the FORMULA to only calculate to TWO decimals. In other words, how do I direct the formula to round off to two decimals in the sum so the above example would read 25.36 in the formula bar.
Thank you in advance for the input.
Chris
Hi All
Some of my data begins with zeros, but I cannot see how to display them ie:
I enter 0001234, which displays as 1234 when I wish it to display as 0001234. I can do this by changing cell properties to text, but I wish it to be a number.
Can this be done?
Many thanks Simon
Some of my data begins with zeros, but I cannot see how to display them ie:
I enter 0001234, which displays as 1234 when I wish it to display as 0001234. I can do this by changing cell properties to text, but I wish it to be a number.
Can this be done?
Many thanks Simon
Here's my problem. I need a formula to take the decimals out of a column but keep ending zeros. I have tried find/replace & several formulas but nothing seems to be working. Here is an example of the numbers in the column and the end result I need. Thanks!!!
9.66 966
0.50 050
13.09 1309
309.98 30998
9.66 966
0.50 050
13.09 1309
309.98 30998
I am trying to combine and display 3 cells. Cell 2 is variable and based off of another input. The last cell is a three digit alpha numeric sequence. The problem I am having is that the final display is dropping the zeros off the front if there are any.
1 OPAB
2 JG
3 001
4 OPABJG1
How can I get it to display 005 instead of 5 once it is combined with the other two cells?
1 OPAB
2 JG
3 001
4 OPABJG001
Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thank you.
1 OPAB
2 JG
3 001
4 OPABJG1
How can I get it to display 005 instead of 5 once it is combined with the other two cells?
1 OPAB
2 JG
3 001
4 OPABJG001
Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thank you.
Values can be decimal (users should be able to enter as many decimals as excel allows. The sheet should display the % value with 1 decimal rounded. However, if you click on the cell, you should be able to see all the decimals rounded to 9) Example, user enters 85.678, display would be 85.7% and same would be true once user submits the value and when it is again retrieved from database
I have a sheet that uses an ID number of 11 digits that has 3 leading zeros.
I want to create a new ID for each entry on a new line that is identical to the first entry +1. That is easy to do but the three leading zeros disappear when I apply the formula.
The original number had to be converted to text to display the leading zeros and the formula that I use =A1+1 will not work on the text formated number. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.
I want to create a new ID for each entry on a new line that is identical to the first entry +1. That is easy to do but the three leading zeros disappear when I apply the formula.
The original number had to be converted to text to display the leading zeros and the formula that I use =A1+1 will not work on the text formated number. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.
I have a CSV file I'm importing into Excell that contains leading zeros in a number field. I cannot get the zeros to display in Excel, but the user of the report needs to see them. Is there a way to dsiplay the leading zeros on a number field?
Good afternoon!
I have a spreadsheet in which a validation macro removes and rounds data that contains decimals within the cells;however, I noticed when I converted the spreadsheet to XML the decimals were still being captured and not rounded.
When I went back into the spreadsheet, the cell was rounded (no demimalsas intended), but in the formula bar the data maintained the decimal.
I tried formatting the cells without decimals, but it's not caught if the user cuts and pastes data.
How can I remove the decimals from the data in the formula bar?
Any suggestions?
Thanks,
Phil
I have a spreadsheet in which a validation macro removes and rounds data that contains decimals within the cells;however, I noticed when I converted the spreadsheet to XML the decimals were still being captured and not rounded.
When I went back into the spreadsheet, the cell was rounded (no demimalsas intended), but in the formula bar the data maintained the decimal.
I tried formatting the cells without decimals, but it's not caught if the user cuts and pastes data.
How can I remove the decimals from the data in the formula bar?
Any suggestions?
Thanks,
Phil
Hi, all. On a worksheet that someone else provided (I do not have access to the original data) there are numbers displayed across several columns and rows. I need to display those numbers as percentages. When I format the cells to percent, the numbers display with two zeros before the decimal place. (I actually want zero decimal places, but even then there are still two zeros added to the number.) So, 103 becomes 10300%. 95 becomes 9500%. I don't think I've ever encountered this before and can't find a way to prevent this. Any help is appreciated!
Thanks!
Thanks!
Recently, without warning, all of my excel spreadsheets have changed so that numbers previously displayed with decimals now have commas instead of period decimals. What might have happened here!? How do I go about changing it back so all decimals are displayed with periods instead of commas?
Thanks so much,
WCB
Thanks so much,
WCB
I have a spreadsheet which has numbers with decimal thousand seperators rather than commas e.g. 178.455.136. If I do a find and replace I get 178,455,136 which is fine.
However there are some numbers e.g. 83.58 which needs to change to 83,580. I can change the number of decimal places of the original to 83.580 but when I do a find and replace it goes back to 83,58. There are also some numbers e.g. 972 which should be 972,000 or 59.3 which should be 59,300. I guess what I probably want is a way to force the original data to have the correct number of zeros at the end.
Hopefully there is a simple solution to this as i don't want to have to go through and add zeros manually.
Thanks for any help,
Lou
However there are some numbers e.g. 83.58 which needs to change to 83,580. I can change the number of decimal places of the original to 83.580 but when I do a find and replace it goes back to 83,58. There are also some numbers e.g. 972 which should be 972,000 or 59.3 which should be 59,300. I guess what I probably want is a way to force the original data to have the correct number of zeros at the end.
Hopefully there is a simple solution to this as i don't want to have to go through and add zeros manually.
Thanks for any help,
Lou
Is there a formula that I can create that will count the number of cells in a range with decimals. I would prefer to use conditioning format because it will hoght light the ones with decimals.
Example:
123.2
124
125
125.6
125.9
Results = 3. There were 3 cells that have decimals.
Example:
123.2
124
125
125.6
125.9
Results = 3. There were 3 cells that have decimals.
I wish to set up my phone numbers in a workbook. Many of these numbers start with zero, and I wish to display these leading zeros, but without using the apostrophe at the beginning, because this converts the information to a text string.
I am using this spreadshet as an input to my mobile phone SIM card, hence the numbers must be integers, not string text.
I would appreciate any help and suggestions
I am using this spreadshet as an input to my mobile phone SIM card, hence the numbers must be integers, not string text.
I would appreciate any help and suggestions
Help, I have tried to turn off the zeros in the chart options, but this is not working!!! Is there any other way to make a graph not see zeros??? I have zeros that are the result of a formula...I have tried making them "" blanks but still they get charted as ZEROS!!!!
Please help and thank you!!
Chrysti
Please help and thank you!!
Chrysti
When I set my cell for Numbers it wants a decimal place. If I set it to 2 decimals then 100.1 (One hundred point one) would look like 100.10 (and print 100.10). If I use 100.10 (One hundred point ten) it looks and prints 100.10. If I set the decimal to one then the problem is reveresed.
Setting to General looks like 100.10 (One hundred point ten) but when using VBa to match numbers it is matched to 100.1 not 100.10.
Now I have it set to Text, but I see when I replace (find & replace) values like find 100 replace 99 the 100.10 becomes 99.1.
Incedently I have a macro that compares (and copies cell values) numbers from one sheet to another and occasionally it skips a number, always a decimal value like 100.10 or 100.1. Or any thing x.10, x.1, x.3, x.19 any combination of x.x or x.xx.
Is there a way to format so decimal numbers are decimal numbers and trailing zeros arent omitted? If the value is one decimal I want one decimal, if its two decimals I want two decimals.
Any hints, tips or examples are appreciated.
p.s.
I print tens of thousands of numbers daily, all unnecessary characters that are omitted is saved ink.
Setting to General looks like 100.10 (One hundred point ten) but when using VBa to match numbers it is matched to 100.1 not 100.10.
Now I have it set to Text, but I see when I replace (find & replace) values like find 100 replace 99 the 100.10 becomes 99.1.
Incedently I have a macro that compares (and copies cell values) numbers from one sheet to another and occasionally it skips a number, always a decimal value like 100.10 or 100.1. Or any thing x.10, x.1, x.3, x.19 any combination of x.x or x.xx.
Is there a way to format so decimal numbers are decimal numbers and trailing zeros arent omitted? If the value is one decimal I want one decimal, if its two decimals I want two decimals.
Any hints, tips or examples are appreciated.
p.s.
I print tens of thousands of numbers daily, all unnecessary characters that are omitted is saved ink.
Hi,
I was wondering if there was a way to have excel keep trailing zeros that doesn't involve changing the decimals?
I have a table that's made up of 3 columns in Watson (the data can be copied as text). Each cell has a number up to 3 sig figs (chemistry term). So for example, I have a cell that has the number .02000. If I copy and paste that an excel spreadsheet, the number is entered as .02.
I would want a way to keep the number from being changed when I paste between the two programs.
I was wondering if there was a way to have excel keep trailing zeros that doesn't involve changing the decimals?
I have a table that's made up of 3 columns in Watson (the data can be copied as text). Each cell has a number up to 3 sig figs (chemistry term). So for example, I have a cell that has the number .02000. If I copy and paste that an excel spreadsheet, the number is entered as .02.
I would want a way to keep the number from being changed when I paste between the two programs.
Hello All,
I apologize if this is being posted in the wrong place or if I haven't tagged anything properlyI am relatively new to this forum. I have am having a little trouble with the mail merge functionality. It is a well documented issue that when Word imports Excel values containing decimals it will sometimes display them incorrectly. (12.1 will come in as 12.0000009 for example) I understand why this is doing it, and I have done quite a bit of reading regarding the issue. However, I am having trouble working around the issue. The merge document I'm working with imports numbers that could either be whole/integers or contain decimals. I have read about field switches which I believe is the route I should take. I am having trouble understanding the syntax of those field switches.
I've tried using {MERGEFIELD My_Data \# #.##} which will work if there are decimals, but when it imports the whole numbers I can't get the decimal to not display. I would like 480 to import as "480" and not "480. " and still display the decimals correctly. It's unfortunately not an option to have "480.00"; it needs to be "480". I was thinking some sort of If/Then structure but I can't get the syntax down. The field should never be any greater than 2 places.
I need it to work correctly in both Office 2007 and 2010.
Any insight into how this might be done would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
I have these 4 very simple style formatting macros, but I can't quite get them to work right every time. The issue is the information between the quotation marks. Here is the code:
Sub Number()
'
' Number Macro
' Number format with no decimals
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "#,###"
End Sub
Sub Dollar()
'
' Dollar Macro
' Currency format with no decimals
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "$#,###"
End Sub
Sub Price()
'
' Price Macro
' Currency with 2 decimals
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "$#,###.#0"
End Sub
Sub Percentage()
'
' Percentage Macro
' Percentage with 1 decimal place
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "#,###.#%"
End Sub
In the first one, I want it to show a number with a comma and no decimal places, but when the number is less than 0.5, due to rounding, it returns a blank cell instead of a 0.
In the second one, I want it to show a currency with the symbol and no decimals, but I run into the same problem as above.
In the third one, I want it to show a retail price with 2 decimals, but when it is less than 1, which it usually is, it comes back looking like "$.45" when I would like it to display "$0.45" to make it easier to discern.
In the fourth one, I want a percentage with 1 decimal, but sometimes get something like "57.%" for some reason I can't figure out.
Thanks in advance. I appreciate and welcome any suggestions.
Sub Number()
'
' Number Macro
' Number format with no decimals
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "#,###"
End Sub
Sub Dollar()
'
' Dollar Macro
' Currency format with no decimals
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "$#,###"
End Sub
Sub Price()
'
' Price Macro
' Currency with 2 decimals
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "$#,###.#0"
End Sub
Sub Percentage()
'
' Percentage Macro
' Percentage with 1 decimal place
'
'
Selection.NumberFormat = "#,###.#%"
End Sub
In the first one, I want it to show a number with a comma and no decimal places, but when the number is less than 0.5, due to rounding, it returns a blank cell instead of a 0.
In the second one, I want it to show a currency with the symbol and no decimals, but I run into the same problem as above.
In the third one, I want it to show a retail price with 2 decimals, but when it is less than 1, which it usually is, it comes back looking like "$.45" when I would like it to display "$0.45" to make it easier to discern.
In the fourth one, I want a percentage with 1 decimal, but sometimes get something like "57.%" for some reason I can't figure out.
Thanks in advance. I appreciate and welcome any suggestions.
All,
Forgive me if I'm just obtuse, but I can't seem to get Excel to display the
leading zeros of binary numbers. (I'm just doing up an ASC/DEC/HEX/BIN cheat
sheet.)
Formatting the cells as "Custom :: 00000000" doesn't work.
Any ideas as to how I do it?
Thanks in advance!
Thomas
Forgive me if I'm just obtuse, but I can't seem to get Excel to display the
leading zeros of binary numbers. (I'm just doing up an ASC/DEC/HEX/BIN cheat
sheet.)
Formatting the cells as "Custom :: 00000000" doesn't work.
Any ideas as to how I do it?
Thanks in advance!
Thomas