That’s a feature of Excel.
Ideally, you would simply just format the column to 0.00, which doesn’t change the value. Then, either save it to a CSV to keep the formatted values or leave it in Excel like that.
I can understand though if there is a requirement for an Excel file (not CSV) to have the value as a string. For that, you will need to change the value using a Read Range to get the Data Table, then a ForEach loop with an Assign to change the value with a
' infront, then Write Range that data back. - Note: this will leave a green mark next to the cell.
so, it depends on what is required. And, by required, I mean the process for the associate can not function. I don’t recommend adding the
' infront if it’s not required, and just format the column using the Format Cell features in Excel. And, reminder, you can also Format it then save it as a CSV; Note: if it is already a CSV, open it in Notepad to see the true value, because Excel will format it on you.