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Microsoft Office/ Excel won't show decimals- help


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Edit: Problem solved! In Microsoft Office double click the chart. Select 'labels', then 'number'. Edit how many decimals you would like to show.

Hi wondered if anyone could help me... Trying to insert a simple pie chart into Microsoft Office using Excel. The percentages are 92.4, 3.9, and 3.7. However, these values only show on the chart as 92, 4, 4... which is annoying as I need to show the decimals also, but I can't seem to get them to show up!

Would really appreciate it if someone could help?
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G'day and welcome to the forums.

When you open Excel, make sure you have the formatting palette also. Click on the little box within the pallet entitled Numbers" and take your pick of the various form,at6s, including per cent.

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