Number Format

Relaxeed

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I type a 15 digit number into a cell. If I then add another number at the end to make it 16 digit eg 1 it automatically changes it to a zero.

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Mark W.

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Excel doesn't support more that 15 digits of precision. See the Excel Help topic for "Worksheet and workbook specifications".
 

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