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Scientific Notation in SSRS Report

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Hi,
I have a table in a SSRS report and for some fields the value is being displayed in Scientific Notation ex 4E-05.  How can I format this field to show the decimal conversion of this field. .00004 instead?  I see alot of posts about converting decimal to scientific but not the opposite format.
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You can use CDec(Fields!YourColumn.Value).

Greg


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Worked like a charm Greg, Thanks!
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