calc - How delete decimal[s] ?

asked 2019-11-04 22:49:20 +0200

abi gravatar image

HP Pentium 9., win 10; I selct the decimal, in cmnd Ln. Clk the [red] decimal icon ... NOTHING HAPPENS! Whatz.up ? P.S.; How to get notified of your response?

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Hlo! I cnnot ndrstnd wht u mean. Wht'z th cmnd Ln? Cn u type cmplt wrds pls?

I appreciate the need for shorthand notation when you type an SMS or a tweet. This is not that.

Please edit your question (click that little "Edit" link below the text you wrote) to provide some detail and clarification.

  • No, don't post it in the "Add Answer" pane. That marks your question as answered, so many helpers will skip it, thinking "this one is already handled".
  • Yes! Plain English please ; most of us do not enjoy deciphering/guessing. There is ample space in the detail pane to lay out your issue in full context.

Typically we can make use of such info as:

  • Where did you selct the decimal? Was it one of the decimals of a number you typed in the formula bar, the "remove decimals" tool on the toolbar ...

keme gravatar imagekeme ( 2019-11-05 09:17:17 +0200 )edit

How to get notified of your response?

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Click your user-ID (abi) above the green header line on this page. This gives an overview of your profile settings and a lighter green menu header bar. Click the email alerts option there.

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keme gravatar imagekeme ( 2019-11-05 09:37:13 +0200 )edit

We already asked you several times to please ask understandable questions, but ... NOTHING HAPPENS! Whatz.up ?

erAck gravatar imageerAck ( 2019-11-05 17:06:59 +0200 )edit

My guess is that the OP ( @abi, who else?) has figured out that when you delete a decimal place (button ".00X" with red X) nothing changes in the edit line (command line?) but, yes, the number in the selected cell of the spreadsheet does change as desired, although it might not have been noticed at first.

ve3oat gravatar imageve3oat ( 2019-11-05 18:16:29 +0200 )edit