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I want to to display numbers into 10 digits including cents but no decimial
point ".". For example: $0.01 display as 0000000001 or $100.00 display as
0000010000. Can some one help?

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Not possible using formatting



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I want to to display numbers into 10 digits including cents but no decimial
point ".". For example: $0.01 display as 0000000001 or $100.00 display as
0000010000. Can some one help?



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Default How to customize number to 10 digits including 2 digits after deci

As Peo said, this can't be done via formatting. You can use a rather
complex formula to acheive the result though. The formula below is
assuming that the current value is in cell C2:
=IF(ISERROR(FIND(".",C2,1)),TEXT(C2,"00000000")&"0 0",IF(FIND(".",C2,1)+1=LEN(C2),TEXT(C2,"000000000" )&MID(C2,FIND(".",C2,1)+1,1)
& "0",TEXT(SUBSTITUTE(C2,".",""),"0000000000")))
Carina wrote:
I want to to display numbers into 10 digits including cents but no decimial
point ".". For example: $0.01 display as 0000000001 or $100.00 display as
0000010000. Can some one help?


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Default How to customize number to 10 digits including 2 digits after deci

Your formula can be simplified. If the number will always have no more than
2 decimal places, or if it does and rounding is permitted, you can use
this...

=TEXT(100*A1,"0000000000")

If the number can have more than 2 decimal places, but no rounding is
allowed, you can do this...

=TEXT(ROUNDDOWN(100*A1,0),"0000000000")

Rick


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As Peo said, this can't be done via formatting. You can use a rather
complex formula to acheive the result though. The formula below is
assuming that the current value is in cell C2:
=IF(ISERROR(FIND(".",C2,1)),TEXT(C2,"00000000")&"0 0",IF(FIND(".",C2,1)+1=LEN(C2),TEXT(C2,"000000000" )&MID(C2,FIND(".",C2,1)+1,1)
& "0",TEXT(SUBSTITUTE(C2,".",""),"0000000000")))
Carina wrote:
I want to to display numbers into 10 digits including cents but no
decimial
point ".". For example: $0.01 display as 0000000001 or $100.00 display
as
0000010000. Can some one help?





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