Adding Zeros At The End Of A Number String 
Adding Zeros At The End Of A Number String  Excel 

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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i have a column of numbers that we extracted from a database as whole numbers. for instance, 30 should be .30 and 100 should be 1.00. when i try to increase or decrease the decimal point it doesn't allow me to convert it to those positions.
would any one have a tip of how i can easily convert this? there are over 2000 entries in my excel spreadsheet so to do it manually would take a lot of time/effort.
thank you!
lets suppose my numbers a 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
I want to generate all possibilities of the 6 numbers. But i dont want duplicate series.. I mean 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 6,5,4,3,2,1 are duplicates.
ANY HELPS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED
Thanks for any help.
45Romeo
Here's my question...I have a list of numbers and I want to know how many combinations (and what they are) of adding the numbers will equal an amount.
e.g.
List of Numbers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Amount to be reached = 12
These are some of the possible combinations to reach 12 :
2+10
3+9
4+8
5+7
3+4+5
6+3+2+1
Is there a function in Excel that will do this for me? I want to know which numbers (i.e. cells) can be added to reach 12. AND, if possible, colorcode the cells added for each combination.
Good luck and thanks!!
Probably a simple little function, help would be appreciated!
I'd like to take a number entered into one cell ie. A1 = 20
and split it randomly but evenly over 3 other cells ie.
B1=6
C1=8
D1=6
Number should be whole and no zeros?
Thanks all!
James
i would like to know how to change english numbers to arabic number on excel
, where when i change the language from english to arabic the numbers didnt
changed it still in english
Hoping someone can help me quickly as I'm pulling my hair out and have a deadline getting too close.
Been trailing the net and this board but can't work out how to do a simple variance.
How do I work out the difference between two numbers  including negatives.
If the numbers are all positive, it's fine as it's simply a case of A  B = C which is your difference. However, that doesn't work if B is negative.
I need a formula that would give the following:
First Number / Second Number / Difference
1 / 5 / 4
1 / 5 / 6
1 / 5 / 6
1 / 5 / 4
5 / 1 / 4
Hopefully there's a simple function I've been missing.
Thanks in advance, R
DATA output should be
asd67,h876 > 67876
2,3,ujdj5&34 > 23534
909k86m34 > 9098634
Hope this makes sense?
Thank you,
Liz
I need to know the formula (if there is one) for Excel to figure all the possible combinations of a given set of numbers that will add up to a specified sum.
In other words, if I give the following numbers 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 7  I want Excel to figure all the possible combinations that will add up to 23, and also SHOW ME those combinations, and not just HOW MANY combinations there are.
i.e. one possible combination is 2, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7
Can this be done? What is the formula? I'm having a hard time figuring it out!!
Desperately,
Jenny
I'm a bit of a newbie with Excel, but...
I have several cells with data that contain both letters and numbers (4H, 8V, 4FH, etc.) What I want to do is remove only the text characters from these cells, and add the remaining number values together among a series of cells with this data type.
If your answer involves using a macro or VB, please provide a link on how to use the formula. I've never used a macro or VB.
Thanks.
I am working with an Excel spreadsheet and saving it as a .csv file in order to upload to an application that parses out the .csv data as transactions. The system requires .csv files, so this is how I need to save my doc (with this extension). I have been successful at preventing Excel from coverting that long number into scientific format. I have saved as a TXT file, pasted the longer number and it displays correctly. That is all good. But I have to save as a .csv. So if I do that, close the Excel window, and then open again (as the .csv file), the numbers are back to being displayed in scientific format. I have tried creating an Excel doc from scratch and entering text in Text format, to see if this created a cleaner file. But again, the second I save as .csv, close the window and then open that file up again, that dang scientific format is back.
Does anyone have any idea of how to work around this? Once I have successfully gotten the numbers to display as the longchain number, how can I get them to "stick" so that they don't revert back to scientific format when I reopen the file?
Thanks so much for your help!
I am trying to understand why I can not use Ctrl+F to find data in Column B, yet I can find the data in Column A.
I have a worksheet that in column A has numbers, in column B, the following formula "IF(ISNUMBER($A1),$A1,"").
Ctrl+F will find numbers in Column A, yet not in Column B. Why is this so? What can be done to ensure Ctrl+F works in Column B?
I'd like to do this in Excel, but I can't figure out how to have a randomly generating nonrepeating macro with text values in cells.
So right now I have a column of 8 values and need matrix of 7 columns by 8 rows next to it.
I've found this thread that has one for numbers, but I can't figure out how to do it for text values...
http://www.excelforum.com/excelprog...mnumbers.html
Thanks all!
Could you be so kind as to provide some code that will enable me to display a text box on a userform rounded up to 1 decimal place.
Where am I going wrong....
it calculates the number entered in textbox1 and divides it by a value that changes in cell O26 but the answer is in about 8 or more decimel places.
Only need like 65.3 as an answer not 65.277756942
This is the code ive used.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
TextBox2.Value = Val(TextBox1.Value) / Range("O26").Value
End Sub
My question is:
Is there a way to check for duplicates, and then automatically add numbers to the duplicate values to make them unique? If so, how can this be done?
So that you will have this:
JohnSmith
JohnSmith2
JohnSmith3
JaneDoe
JaneDoe2
JohnAdams
JohnAdams2
JohnAdams3
JohnAdams4
I think I have done a good job in illustrating what I would like to be able to do, but if there is still something that is unclear, I will post whatever clarification is needed.
Thank you in advance for your help!!
Cell B5: start time: 4:15 formatted as 4:15:00 am
Cell B6: finish time: 6:15 formatted as 6:15:00 am
Cell B7: total time: 2:00 formula in cell: =TEXT(B6B5,"h:mm")
Cell B8: total batches processed: 22 (this is entered manually)
Cell B9: batches per hour: formula in cell: =B8/TEXT(B7,"h")
as long as I have this formula in cell B9 the answer comes out correct which should be 11 per hour.
If the formula in B9 is B8/B7, the answer is 264.0, Is this because of the way excel is reading the total time or the total time is formatted as a time, not an actual number? Is this the correct way to solve the problem?
answer should be 11 per hour.