On Mon, May 10, 2021 at 06:44:32AM -0500, Mike Flannigan wrote:
in a terminal. What locale are you?
I am 'en_US'.
This works for me:
Type 123.45 in a cell
Highlight the cell
Format - Cells - 'Numbers' tab -
Make 'Decimal places:' under Options zero (0).
Thanks for replying. I do this and get 123 displayed, but
not "123." with the decimal.
On 5/10/21 1:04 AM, email@example.com wrote:
I'd like to input 123.45 and format it with a decimal point
but no decimal digits, in this example "123." . Previously I
used the formatting code #,##0"." but now it causes an input
of 123.45 to be received as 12,345, losing the decimal.
Thanks in advance.
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