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by mu21  in UFT One
UFT 15.02 - Prevent saving integer in scientific notation in global sheet

Thank you for your response. Do you mean if I do it on one sheet the format is going to be set for all of them? Otherwise this is not really a feasible option because:

1. Before I launch the test, the global sheet is empty and the format option is greyed out. It doesn't seem possible to set the format on empty cells. 

2. I have thousands of existing scenarios, I cannot manually update each of them.  

There must be a way to do it globally

by mu21  in UFT One on 2020-11-27

 in UFT One updated on 2020-11-27

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