On Fri, 25 May 2012, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:
1. Your sheet is displaying three decimal zeroes, but value of cell is
another. Check Format → Cells (or RMB → Format Cells) if they are
formatted to have three decimal zeroes.
Each numeric column is formatted as numbers with no commas and 3 decimal
2. Displayed zero is effect of computation of formula entered into cell.
By default, LO searches only formulas. To change this, in find and replace
window you have to click "more options" button and change "search in" to
There are no formulae in the sheet. All data values.
In both cases, you can check value of selected cell in formula field (right
above the sheet).
This is interesting: cells that were changed show the formula of -0.0051
while the cells that were not changed show the formula of 0 but display
0.000. Yet, the cell format is the same: a number with 3 decimal places and
1 leading zero. What might cause this?
While you are in "More options", ensure that "current selection only" is
checked. Otherwise, you may unintentionally destroy your other data. Perhaps
creating backup copy of file before search-and-replace is good idea.
This was checked before.
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