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  1. Hi all, I thought I was a proficient Excel user, and I'm ashamed to say that I can't figure out how to solve this through this years (have done web searches every now and then). I just put up with it, but when I think how much time I have spent simply correcting Excel's automatic formatting, it hurts. I build a lot of Excel templates/models and often use complex formulas. I noticed ever since Excel 2007, when I edit a formula in a cell with number formatting applied to show whole numbers (no decimals) beforehand, Excel will ignore my number formatting and insert 2 decimal places to the result. I have tried the advanced option on automatic inserting decimal places and also pre-format all cells used in the formula have the same format but to no avail. Anyone know what causes this behavior and how to fix it? I initially thought it was a bug in Excel 2007 and MSFT would fix it in the next version, but it doesn't seem to be the case. So I think I'm missing something. Thanks.
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