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How to prevent a number from being rounded

Posted on 2007-03-29
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Crystal Reports XI running on PC - Windows XP
The report has fields for latitude and longitude.  The fields were formatted for the most decimal places possible but the format editer wants to round the number - no option for no rounding.  This information can not be rounded.   How do I prevent the field from rounding?
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Try this
Right click the field
Click FORMAT FIELD
Click the NUMBER TAB
Click CUSTOMIZE
Set ROUNDING to as many decimal places as possible
  My CR has 10.
  If that isn't enough then decimals you can use the formula button to enter a value like 15

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Glad i could help

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