Format Cells - 45,600 to show as 45.6

gossv

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Hello,

I am trying to format figures such as 45,600 to show as 45.6.

In format cells there is the custom option to use ##0.0E+0 but that actually reads as 45.6E+0. This is the closest that I have found.

Any suggestions?

Thank you

Ginny
 

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SydneyGeek

MrExcel MVP
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Hi Ginny,

Try this. #,##0.0,

The ending comma rounds by thousands. Two commas rounds by millions, etc.

Denis
 

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