Data is Entered at 10 Percent its Value in Microsoft Excel
When you enter data into Excel and it becomes a fraction of the value you
entered, you've likely changed a setting.
For instance, you enter 10 and get .10 or you enter 1000 and you get 1.
Go to ToolsŕOptions, Edit tab, and uncheck the
Fixed Decimal checkbox.
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