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You needn't change that. LibO Calc will do it for you.

-1- Select the range containing the numeric results or contents you want to copy and to paste to a different application.
-2- > 'Format' > 'Cells' > 'tab 'Numbers'
-3- There you can use a dropdown list under 'Language' to select a language. Choose 'English (UK)' e.g.

The language (in fact a "locale") is associated with rules concerning the display of numeric values. For English locales this will include the usage of the point as the decimal separator.

You needn't change that. LibO Calc will do it for you.

-1- Select the range containing the numeric results or contents you want to copy and to paste to a different application.
-2- > 'Format' > 'Cells' > 'tab 'Numbers'
-3- There you can use a dropdown list under 'Language' to select a language. Choose 'English (UK)' e.g.

The language (in fact a "locale") is associated with rules concerning the display of numeric values. For English locales this will include the usage of the point as the decimal separator.

(Sorry. Posts crossed. A named cell style is clearly preferrable over direct formatting.)

You needn't change that. LibO Calc will do it for you.

-1- Select the range containing the numeric results or contents you want to copy and to paste to a different application.
-2- > 'Format' > 'Cells' > 'tab tab 'Numbers'
-3- There you can use a dropdown list under 'Language' to select a language. Choose 'English (UK)' e.g.

The language (in fact a "locale") is associated with rules concerning the display of numeric values. For English locales this will include the usage of the point as the decimal separator.

(Sorry. Posts crossed. A named cell style is clearly preferrable over direct formatting.)