Add X Decimal Places To Numbers But Not Zeros
I have a column of numbers with one decimal point and some blank entries too. I need to convert all the numbers (including the zeros, but not the blanks) to two decimal points. Any idea on how this can be done?
Examples: 0.1 needs to become 0.10, 0 needs to stay 0, a Blank cell needs to remain Blank.
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