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Changing multiple nubers in excel Sheet to end in .95

Posted on 2012-09-07
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Last Modified: 2012-09-12
We are looking to have all the #'s in the sheet end in .95 and would like a way to be able to do this going forward and be changed to .75 or .22 etc.  We cannot do a replace all as most of these numbers are created from a formula that is reliant on Cell F4.
Question by:r2sphinx
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Add .30 to F4 and all the numbers will end in .95 except for a few which you can take care of manually

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yes this would seem like a good solution but this is only a small example of the entire worksheet.  There are close to thousands of other cells that we would like to avoid manually going over ...
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 1500 total points
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For the other cells you can do a search/replace and for the formulas you can play with the referred cell.

If there is still a problem can you repost a file demonstrating your problem?

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