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Keeping Formatting from Excel to a CSV file

Keeping Formatting from Excel to a CSV file

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When converting an XLS file from Excel to a CSV file format, it will not allow me to keep column formatting. I have a requirement to keep multiple "0's" in a field that, in Excel, is allowed by changing the format from General or Number to Text. When I save as a CSV, it will change "00" to a single "0". I need to keep the multiple "0's" to import into a program that will only accept the CSV file format. Any suggestions on how to keep multiple zeros in a column?

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