VAT rate

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I have a table with the VAT rate in, at the moment its a general number, with auto decimal numbers. I want to give it a default value of 17.5 or 17.5% i dont mind (i can divide it by 100 later) When i run the table the number gets rounded up to 18, ive tried setting the decimal places but that doesnt work. whats the best way to put this into a table, thanks in advance Adam
 

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In the table change the Field Size to Single.

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