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Adding Zeros At The End Of A Number String  Excel 
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Hi there, I have a string of numbers and I would like to add zeros to the end of it.
For example my numbers are formatted like this: 1234 and I would like to add zeros to the end so it looks like this: 123400 (no decimal).
I would do it manually but I have a column of over 2000 different numbers.
Thanks for your help, you guys are great!
For example my numbers are formatted like this: 1234 and I would like to add zeros to the end so it looks like this: 123400 (no decimal).
I would do it manually but I have a column of over 2000 different numbers.
Thanks for your help, you guys are great!
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