How to convert scientific notation to x10 format in Excel?
As below screenshot shown, how can you convert the scientific notation to x10 format in Excel? Actually you can achieve it with formula which shown in this article.
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You can convert scientific notation to x10 format with below formula. Please do as follows.
1. Select a blank cell, enter formula =LEFT(TEXT(A1,"0.00E+0"),3) & "x10^" & RIGHT(TEXT(A1,"0.00E+0"),3) into the Formula Bar and then press the Enter key.
Note: In the formula, A1 is the cell contains the scientific notation you will convert to x10 format.
2. Keep selecting the first result cell and drag the Fill Handle to apply the formula down to other cells.
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 10 months agoThis just changes the character string "E" to the string "^10+". Can anyone provide a routine that changes to "E+nn" to "x 10n" (where the n would be simply a superscripted numeral) ?