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GaryBlatt
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Formatting Calculated SharePoint field

I have a basic SharePoint custom list with several calculated columns, here is one of them

 CalcColumn.png

By default it shopws up in the PowerApps created screens as 12345.000000. When I add a format command such as Text(ThisItem.ProdTotal,"[$-en-US]#,###.00") it does not seem to have any effect and still displays with 6 decimal places and no thousand separator.

 

I am sure I am missing some obvious detail, but it seems to elude me at the moment. If you can correct my approach so the result is to have 12,345 instead of 12345.000000 I am open to ideas

Thanks

Gary

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PowerApps Staff carlosag
PowerApps Staff

Re: Formatting Calculated SharePoint field

My guess is that it is not coming to PowerApps as a number so maybe trying to call Value on it like:
Text(Value(ThisItem.ProdTotal),"[$-en-US]#,###.00")

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