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I have tried using those steps. I do have a table and render on the canvas, I checked the settings. I tried by changing the default table settings on the Table. Also, on the table, I looked at each column's width, alignment, and so on.
I am still trying to fix it so that it shows numbers, not #### on Excel.
You could also create a template in Excel and instead of overwriting an entire sheet, you can just created a named range and overwrite that, thereby keeping the rest of the Excel sheet formatting intact.