Converting Trailing Zeros


I am attempting to convert trailing zeros that follow the decimal point so that they remain with the number.  For example
181759674.00--> 18175967400
130970806.03--> 13097080603  
180030110.00--> 18003011000
260770019.06--> 26077001906

Sheet 3 in the attached file shows all of the data i'm attempting to convert.

With that said, I copied these original numbers with the decimals directly into excel.  When you look at the value of the first cell it doesn't include the zeros at all saying it is 181759674 instead of 18175967400.

Each number in that column should have 11 digits in all.  How do i remove the decimal to all numbers, but keep all 11 digits for each number?
I attempted to use the replace all feature with blank, but that did not work.
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
If you simply do this..


This will do what you are looking for..

Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Attached your workbook for your reference...


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binaryman101Author Commented:
Ok yes that worked, i read the forums but for some reason thought that wouldn't work for this situation.
Thank you
Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Ahh okay so i guess then you are all good..and i can consider this question as answered..if yes then go ahead and close this question..
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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