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Currency text formatting New

How do I set up a field that has a currency value to appear in the format ######, ##

 

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Could you show the example of the formatted number? 

I seem to have found your problem. In your region, decimals are separated by commas, so 'ThisItem.Total' should be a text, right?

It should be converted to Number and then formatted by Text function.

"R$" & Text(Value(Substitute(ThisItem.Total;".";",")); "[$-de]####,00")

Then, it should as  R$87,00

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Hope this helps.

Sik

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

If you want to format the number, please try with Text Function.

Please try to set the Text property as below:

Text(ThisItem.Total; "######, 00")

Hope this helps.

Sik

Anonymous
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Thanks Sik for the help!

But there was no effect continues in the same way with several zeros on the right not respecting the semicolon signs.

 

"R$" & Text(ThisItem.Total; "[$-pt-BR]####.##")

 

Hi @Anonymous 

 

I think the Text formula might not be correct, there is a semi-colon (;) where there should be a comma (,) in the middle of the formula

 

Try "R$" & Text(ThisItem.Total,"####.##")

 

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Anonymous
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Hi @HSheild!

 

Same result.

That is very strange as I tested that formula and it works fine. Did you try the formula without the square brackets part []?

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Could you show the example of the formatted number? 

I seem to have found your problem. In your region, decimals are separated by commas, so 'ThisItem.Total' should be a text, right?

It should be converted to Number and then formatted by Text function.

"R$" & Text(Value(Substitute(ThisItem.Total;".";",")); "[$-de]####,00")

Then, it should as  R$87,00

Snipaste_2020-04-16_10-05-13.png

Hope this helps.

Sik

Anonymous
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Sik!

Now it worked, thank you very much for your help and see you next time.

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