Hi All -
I have a list with negative numbers (in the list with parentheses). I am trying to display the number without the "-" negative symbol being displayed from my calculated value. Here is my formula...
LblSum > Text Property is set to the following...
collection (colBottom) with one column "Types" and another column "Amount"
Calculated to sum the "Amount" of "Types" with a value = "negative"
This is the number format that I get: -$34,400.00
What I would like to get: $34,400.00
What would be a close second: ($34,400.00)
Any ideas would be appreciated!
Solved! Go to Solution.
@PwrAppetite Multiply it by -1 if it is less than 0. You could also square it and then take its square root or wrap the formula in Abs(). I was just kidding about the first two.
@Drrickryp I was excited to see a short reply making it seem simple, until I read those first two options 😥 Abs worked to remove the - symbol, but it also removed my currency format. I could add in the $ but is there a way to retain the commas in the format as well... $34,400.00?
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