02-06-2017 12:23 AMSolution
Haytham, format the SUM as well, like ="Total: " & TEXT(SUM(D3:D12),"#,##0_ ;-#,##0 "). If I understood your question correctly...
02-06-2017 10:58 AM
Thank you Mr. Baklan, this is exactly what I want :smileyvery-happy:
But I have noticed another code gives the same result.
The code is: #,##0
What's the difference between it and the code you mentioned?
02-06-2017 01:35 PM
Actually no difference, for me it was faster enter the formula ans copy/paste it here. In general, for whole numbers you may use something like TEXT(A1,"#,#"). Another story if you would like to make different formatting for positive and negative numbers, add text and or colors into formatting, etc - all that additional symbols matter.
In particular, you may format your cell with =SUM(D3:D12) as "Total: "#,### (enter this into the Custom format of the cell) that gives the same result.
Comma just separates your number on thousans, millions, billions, etc.
More about formatting is here
and i guess in many other places
09-06-2018 01:14 AM - edited 09-06-2018 01:19 AM
If i want to use decimal places in the number, Formula?
09-06-2018 01:20 AM
05-14-2019 09:49 PM
I am trying to write a formula where I am using a cell and a rule. Below explains what i am trying to achieve
A1 - $1,000
The result i get from this is 1000CR. I cannot get it to format to $1,000CR if cell A1 is less than 0. PLEASE HELP
05-15-2019 12:26 AM
@Heelllo , you may apply custom number format to your cell like
or, if with formula, use
TEXT(A1,"[$$-en-US]#,##0") & "CR"