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    Default Adding zeros at the end of a number string

    Hi there, I have a string of numbers and I would like to add zeros to the end of it.

    For example my numbers are formatted like this: 1234 and I would like to add zeros to the end so it looks like this: 123400 (no decimal).

    I would do it manually but I have a column of over 2000 different numbers.

    Thanks for your help, you guys are great!

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    You want always to have 6 digits, or always end in 00 regardless of length?
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    I'm presuming you just want each number multiplied by 100. If so enter 100 into a cell, click on Edit-Copy, select your range of numbers and click on Edit-Paste Special and choose the Multiply option.

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    Default Re: Adding zeros at the end of a number string

    Quote Originally Posted by just_jon View Post
    You want always to have 6 digits, or always end in 00 regardless of length?
    In my case, how do i do if i want to have 6 digits always?
    Thanks for your reply..

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