Access, Fixed Decimal Places Number Format
This article explains how to create a field that will display a fixed number of decimal places in Access using Custom Number Formats.
Open the table in design view. Select the field you want to format. Put as many zeros after the decimal place as you would like digits to be displayed:
Note: The custom formatting applies to fields of the Number Data Type.
Note: If you don’t want the trailing zeros to appear you could use the # sign instead of zeros:
You can download the sample file used in this article from the link below:
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