You will also find the EAN table under the heading Pricelist.
The EAN-table lists up all available parts of the current catalogue:
The following information is available amongst other things:
- Model number,
- Item number,
- Colour and Colour description
- Purchase price
- Single unit
- Customs tariff number,
- Weight per Sales Unit
- Model description
Excel does not display the EAN number completely?
If you enter very large numbers in a table, Excel automatically uses the exponential format for a certain number of digits or more. Thus the number 1.23E+13 stands for the number 12,345,600,000,000.
Excel uses the exponential format so that even large numerical values can be displayed in a column with a normal column width.
Unfortunately, Excel does not offer a basic setting that can be used to prevent the conversion to the exponential format. However, you can use formatting to prevent the conversion from being carried out:
- Select the corresponding cell range in your table.
- Call the CELL FORMAT function. You can do this in all Excel versions by pressing CTRL 1.
- Activate the COUNT tab in the following dialogue box.
- On the left side select the category COUNT.
- On the right side you will see a preview field showing the effect of the selected formatting.
Below, you can define the required number of decimal places using a rotary field and
determine whether the thousand separator is displayed in the cell or not.
- After confirming the formatting with the OK button, your numerical values appear in the
desired format without exponential representation.