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You can format numbers as scientific notation in Calc, Sheets, and Excel. The appearance of scientific notation is constant across the three aforementioned spreadsheet applications: they use E notation, single-digit exponents have leading zeroes, and the coefficients have two-digit decimal places. All three spreadsheet applications also provide ways to change this appearance.
Adobe Captivate has audio editing functions for audio files within the Captivate file’s library: insert silence; cut, copy, paste, or delete an audio segment; and adjust the volume of an audio segment or the entire audio file.
You can format numbers in Calc, Sheets, and Excel as a fraction but it’s usually not the default. In most cases, you need to enter a decimal number, and then format it as a fraction using a Format code made of hashes and a slash.
Calc, Sheets, and Excel accepts a percentage value as numerical cell data. They are displayed as percentages in both the cell and the Formula bar, and mathematically processed like a decimal number where 100% is equal to one.
In Adobe Captivate, a checkbox allows you to transform a shape into a button. This shape can function in exactly the same manner as buttons and click boxes, while you can still customize its appearance like any other shape.
Click boxes provide a button-like interaction between the learners and the learning module without it being visible. You can overlay it on top of a static image to make it appear that the learner is clicking a part of that image.
Buttons provide a simple point-and-click interaction between the learners and the learning module. You can configure the appearance of the buttons including how they appear normally, when the mouse pointer hover on them, and when the learner click them.
Configure the decimal digit settings and thousand separator symbols in Calc, Excel, and Sheets using a combination of hash and zeroes in the custom number format.
Part II of serial post about formatting cell data in spreadsheet programs Calc, Excel, and Sheets. This entry is about formatting numerical data to restrict the number of digits in both sides of the decimal separator leading to the occasional use of leading and trailing zeroes.
Part I of serial post about formatting cell data in spreadsheet applications LibreOffice Calc, Microsoft Excel, and Google Sheets. This is the introduction part and also covers how to select cells to be formatted and how to open the Format Cells option window.