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At 15:15 19/01/2016 -0500, Alek Solzhenitsyn wrote:
On 01/19/2016 11:36 AM, Spencer Graves wrote:
You need Format > Cells > Numbers: Format code = 0000
With this, 0.1 appears as "0000" and 0.6 as "0001".

That isn't what I want- the wrong answer.

No, it *is* what you want. Once you have multiplied by 10000, your values will (presumably) have no fractional parts, so the rounding described as above, though accurate, will not be relevant. *Original* figures of 0.1000 and 0.6000 will appear, when multiplied, as 1000 and 6000; it's only original figures of 0.00001 and 0.00006 (if they existed) that would appear, rounded, as 0000 and 0001.

Brian Barker

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