I was recently asked a question about a scenario that I don't know the answer to:
A person has two Excel 2003 spreadsheets. One has columns containing "hours worked" in a 0.00 format. Apparently there are no formulas and each line has been entered manually. This person has copied and pasted a number of columns one at a time from this particular spreadsheet to another Excel 2003 spreadsheet. All of the information copied shows the correct information except for the "hours worked" column. For some reason anything 0.01 or higher was automatically rounded up to the next full number. So an entry of 3.40 hours pasted as 4.00 hours. The numeric format is the same, so it's rounding up to 4.00 and not 4.
I can only go by what this person is telling me, as they are not local to me. I don't have access to the actual spreadsheets. Is there a setting in Excel 2003 (or higher) that might cause numbers to be automatically rounded up to the next whole number when there are no formulas applied?
Thanks for any input!