Microsoft Excel formats the data based on the parameters specified for each specific field. If the fields in the spreadsheet aren't formatted to accept leading zeros, they will be removed by Excel. During the import process Yearli will add the leading zeros back to SSNs, EINs, and/or zip codes.
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