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I have a workbook and would like to format all the worksheets apart from worksheet "A".

So, for all other worksheets, column B should be a percentage number with 2 decimal points, and columns C:K should be a number with no decimal points.

Can you help please?
Thanks,
Chris
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You may select the worksheets that you want to include the formatting by holding the Shift key. Then, do format the columns only one of the selected sheets. The formatting will effect into other worksheets.

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Thanks. Actually I wanted a macro but this works fine.
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