Removing Scientific Notation from #'s and putting into text

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I've done this before but I forget exactly what I did.

In one cell I have a number in this format:

2.00719E+12

I am trying to convert it to this format (in another cell):

2007189815787


=text(A2, "@")

doesn't work...
 

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Jonmo1

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@ Is the indicator for Text I beleive
# Is the indicator for Number


try
=TEXT(A2, "#")
 

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