copy data from browser to excel

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Hello Community
I have a big problem am using MacBook
And when I copy data from browser and paste in Excel some numbers come incompletely like where there’s 70,000 after pasting it’s written 70 only
Kindly help me
Thank you
1 Reply
Excel is set to use the comma as the decimal separator so interprets 70,000 as the number 70 with three zeroes after the decimal separator. I'm not sure where in Excel for mac this setting is, but you should temporarily set Excel to use the period as a decimal separator before pasting from this website.