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HOW TO INCREASE OR DECREASE DECIMAL PLACES IN EXCEL?

WHAT ARE DECIMAL PLACES IN EXCEL?

“DECIMAL PLACES IN EXCEL ARE THE NUMBER OF DIGITS AFTER ANY DECIMAL.”

EXCEL GIVES US VERY EASY WAY TO INCREASE OR DECREASE DECIMAL PLACES BY JUST CLICKING A BUTTON.

 

 

WHEN TO INCREASE OR DECREASE DECIMAL PLACES IN EXCEL?

This is needed in many conditions. Few are listed below.

  • Different cells may be of different number type and it’ll have different number of places after decimal.
  • Any cell copied from other sheets or files may have different  number of decimal digits after zero.

LOCATION OF DECIMAL INCREASE OR DECREASE BUTTONS

The picture shows the location of buttons to increase or decrease decimal digits.

 
 

STEPS TO INCREASE/DECREASE DECIMAL PLACES IN EXCEL

STEPS:

  • Select the cell or all the cells where you want to change the number of digits after decimal.
  • Click on the increase or decrease button as per requirement.
  • Note that, if more than one cell is selected, all cells will be affected in the same way. (All cells will have same number of digits after decimal.
 

OTHER WAYS TO REACH THIS ARTICLE

  • INCREASE DECIMAL PLACES, DECREASE DECIMAL PLACES, INCREASE DECIMAL, DECREASE DECIMAL, SET NUMBER OF DIGITS AFTER DECIMAL IN EXCEL

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