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Is it possible for a spreadsheet application like Microsoft Excel, To consistently skip specific number entries?

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Not likely. Check for formatting, especially cell formats. For example...If you have set a number format to only digits to the left of the decimal point, decimals less than 1.0 will not appear... .12345 will appear as 0.000.

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