Uploading .CSV spread sheet to AS/400

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When saving an excel spread sheet to .CSV, the numbers in the columns will look like this 1E+13 no matter how I format the file.
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In Excel, highlight all the cells in the sheet, click format then select Autofit column width. You most likely have a narrow column that is not displaying all your data.  Take a look at the data on the AS/400 and see how it looks there. It should be correct. It’s just the viewing in Excel that has the issue and the fix above should correct that.  

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  • CharlieBrowne

    Have you expanded the column on the .CSV?

    That should show all characters.

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  • philpl1jb

    Look at the .csv file using notepad to see what's really there.

    Don't muck it up by looking at it in Excel.

    In Excel, you may need to enter the long numbers proceeded with a '

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