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The simple answer is no, because you want decimals in your data, the format of the field is set within the data being passed to MS Excel. The display format that you want is determined by MS Excel.
If you use that knowledge then you will realise that you would have to change the display format within MS Excel. You could do this manually or use a macro enabled workbook to achieve this on workbook opening.
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