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How Can I use the Decimal Places in Crystal Reports to show the defult Number,  Example:  the No. is 10.993 I want this Number to be 10.993 in Crystal Report not 10.990
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use the following :

ToText(ToNumber({YourField}),3)

hope this will work

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