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Remove decimal but keep entire number

I need the price to display with no decimal, but retaining the numbers that
appear after the decimal. For example \$47.50 would be 4750.
Example 119.00 would be 11900

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Answer: Remove decimal but keep entire number

To remove the decimal point but keep the numbers after it, you can use the following steps:
1. Select the cell(s) containing the price you want to format.
2. Right-click on the selected cell(s) and choose "Format Cells" from the context menu.
3. In the "Format Cells" dialog box, select the "Custom" category.
4. In the "Type" field, enter the following format code:
Code:
`0.00`
5. Click "OK" to close the dialog box.

This will format the cell(s) to display the price without the decimal point, but retaining the numbers after it. For example, \$47.50 will be displayed as 4750 and 119.00 will be displayed as 11900.
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Remove decimal but keep entire number

in adjacent column multiply by 100.

Tickfarmer wrote:

I need the price to display with no decimal, but retaining the numbers that
appear after the decimal. For example \$47.50 would be 4750.
Example 119.00 would be 11900

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Remove decimal but keep entire number

For excel, changing \$47.50 to 4750 is not a "display" issue. You need to
multiple it by 100 and put it in another column, and format that column
number with 0 decimals.

"Tickfarmer" wrote:

I need the price to display with no decimal, but retaining the numbers that
appear after the decimal. For example \$47.50 would be 4750.
Example 119.00 would be 11900

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Tickfarmer

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Remove decimal but keep entire number

Maybe just multiply by 100.

A1 = \$47.50

=A1*100

= 4750

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"Tickfarmer" wrote in message
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I need the price to display with no decimal, but retaining the numbers that
appear after the decimal. For example \$47.50 would be 4750.
Example 119.00 would be 11900

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Tickfarmer

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Remove decimal but keep entire number

Thanks so much.
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Tickfarmer

"Toothsome Papa" wrote:

For excel, changing \$47.50 to 4750 is not a "display" issue. You need to
multiple it by 100 and put it in another column, and format that column
number with 0 decimals.

"Tickfarmer" wrote:

I need the price to display with no decimal, but retaining the numbers that
appear after the decimal. For example \$47.50 would be 4750.
Example 119.00 would be 11900

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Tickfarmer

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Remove decimal but keep entire number

I personally have never done that in Excel. I tried modifying the cell format

Another idea(if you really have to get that kind of numeric format as soon
as possible) would be to create another column and just add a(for example)
=CELL*100 formula.

Let me know how it goes
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"Tickfarmer" wrote:

I need the price to display with no decimal, but retaining the numbers that
appear after the decimal. For example \$47.50 would be 4750.
Example 119.00 would be 11900

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Tickfarmer

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