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Do not allow a number to round up or down in Access

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by KenF@bsahs, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. KenF@bsahs

    KenF@bsahs
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    I'm a beginner with Access. I have created a table. In Table Design
    View.....Data Type =number, format=standard, decimal places=1. I will be
    adding several entries, hence the choice of number as data type. On the
    form, the entry is rounded, no decimal places. All field controls in Form
    Design View are the same as in the Table Design View. I want 18.5 to be
    displayed as 18.5, 7.3 to be 7.3, etc., etc. With correct summation for the
    answer. Can this rounding be stopped?
     
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    Ofer

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    If the type of the field is Long or Integer that will round the number,
    change it to Double or Single
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    Good luck



    "KenF@bsahs" wrote:

    > I'm a beginner with Access. I have created a table. In Table Design
    > View.....Data Type =number, format=standard, decimal places=1. I will be
    > adding several entries, hence the choice of number as data type. On the
    > form, the entry is rounded, no decimal places. All field controls in Form
    > Design View are the same as in the Table Design View. I want 18.5 to be
    > displayed as 18.5, 7.3 to be 7.3, etc., etc. With correct summation for the
    > answer. Can this rounding be stopped?
     
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    Michael J. Strickland

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    "KenF@bsahs" <KenF@bsahs@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:414ECD6D-F85B-467D-AD8B-47C63C145123@microsoft.com...
    > I'm a beginner with Access. I have created a table. In Table Design
    > View.....Data Type =number, format=standard, decimal places=1. I will be
    > adding several entries, hence the choice of number as data type. On the
    > form, the entry is rounded, no decimal places. All field controls in Form
    > Design View are the same as in the Table Design View. I want 18.5 to be
    > displayed as 18.5, 7.3 to be 7.3, etc., etc. With correct summation for
    > the
    > answer. Can this rounding be stopped?



    Try changing Field Size to Decimal and Scale to 1.


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