decimal places

stuartford

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im using an IF formula to work out current stock possitions
=IF(AD5="",AD4+AE4-AF4,AD5+AE4-AF4)

but its giving me the value and up to as many as 10 decimal places and i cant make it 2 places via the usual methods of formating

is there any formula that i can add to format this?

Cheers stuart
 

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stuartford

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it works for that formula but not this one

=IF(AG4>AE4,"OOC "&AG4-AE4,"")

cheers for ya help

stu
 
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