while creating a chart and formatting cells to fractions a couple of cells would not accept the formatting. Specifically 3/32 and 29/32 which instead of those values, puts in a "0" and "1" respectively.have tried new sheets, different cells, even user defined to no avail.
(In reply to comment #0)
> while creating a chart and formatting cells to fractions a couple of cells
> would not accept the formatting. Specifically 3/32 and 29/32 which instead of
> those values, puts in a "0" and "1" respectively.have tried new sheets,
> different cells, even user defined to no avail.
Try to use the 2nd Fraction formatting "# ??/??" it will accept 2 digit fractions otherwise it calculates the fraction and is rounding it.
3/32 is less than 0.5, 29/32 is greater than .5.
(In reply to comment #1)
I, too, have found 3/32 will not display correctly even when using the 2nd Fraction formatting "# ??/??". It displays as 0. I created a list of all the /32 fractions from 1 to 32 and they all display properly except for 3/32 and 29/32.
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