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WDesk Spreadsheet Formatting Issues

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  • Krista Kuhn

    Hello!

    Thank you for your observation. For that example, When you multiply 10*1, and have "entered in" millions, then the spreadsheet thinks you mean 10 million times 1 million. This is where that 10 trillion number comes from. The same concept applies for the second example. You are dividing 10 million by 20 million, but have it "shown in" millions. So displaying (one half) in millions should be a decimal with six zeros following it, followed by a 5. Often the value formatting preference is to actually have the source be shown in "Ones and Ones," then show the value as Millions or Thousand. If you are wanting the value to be shown as 0.5, that cell should be "Entered in Ones" and "Shown In Ones." Does that make sense? 

    Please don't hesitate to reach out if further explanation or instruction is needed. 

    Thank you. 

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