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Reporting Services - Excel column with number format

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I am using the following function to format a calculation in Reporting Services 2012:

=Format(DateAdd("s", (DateDiff(DateInterval.Second, Fields!FechaInicio.Value, Fields!FechaFinal.Value)), "00:00:00"), "HH:mm:ss")

When I export the file to Excel it shows me the column with the General data type. Is there a way for the column to be exported with the Numeric data type?

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