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Current Version:  4.2.3.302
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Change number format

Apply a number format

You can easily change the number format, i.e. the way the numbers you enter appear in your spreadsheet. To do that,

  1. select a cell, a range of cells with the mouse or the whole worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A key combination,

    Note: you can also select multiple non-adjacent cells or cell ranges holding down the Ctrl key while selecting cells/ranges with the mouse.

  2. click the General Format General Format button button situated at the top toolbar and select the number format you wish to apply:
    • General - is used to display the data you enter as plain numbers in the most compact way without any additional signs,
    • Number - is used to display the numbers with 0-30 digits after the decimal point where a thousand separator is added between each group of three digits before the decimal point,
    • Scientific (exponential) - is used to keep short the numbers converting in a string of type d.dddE+ddd or d.dddE-ddd where each d is a digit 0 to 9,
    • Accounting - is used to display monetary values with the default currency symbol and two decimal places. To apply another currency symbol or number of decimal places, follow the instructions below. Unlike the Currency format, the Accounting format aligns currency symbols by the left side of the cell, represents zero values as dashes and displays negative values in parentheses.

      Accounting and Currency number formats

      Note: to quickly apply the Accounting format to the selected data, you can also click the Accounting Style Accounting Style icon icon at the top toolbar and select the necessary currency symbol: one of the following currency symbols: $ Dollar, Euro, £ Pound, Rouble, ¥ Yen.

    • Currency - is used to display monetary values with the default currency symbol and two decimal places. To apply another currency symbol or number of decimal places, follow the instructions below. Unlike the Accounting format, the Currency format places a currency symbol directly before the first digit and displays negative values with the negative sign (-).
    • Date - is used to display dates,
    • Time - is used to display time,
    • Persentage - is used to display the data as a percentage accompanied by a percent sign %,

      Note: to quickly apply the percent style to your data you can also use the Percent Style Percent Style icon icon at the top toolbar.

    • Fraction - is used to display the numbers as common fractions rather than decimals.
    • Text - is used to display the numeric values as a plain text with as much precision as available.
    • More formats - is used to customize the already applied number formats specifying additional parameters (see the description below).
  3. change the number of decimal places, if needed:
    • use the Increase Decimal Increase Decimal icon icon situated at the top toolbar to display more digits after the decimal point,
    • use the Decrease Decimal Decrease Decimal icon icon situated at the top toolbar to display fewer digits after the decimal point.

Customize the number format

You can customize the applied number format in the following way:

  1. select the cells you want to customize the number format for,
  2. click the General Format General Format button button at the top toolbar,
  3. select the More formats option,
  4. in the Number Format window that opens, adjust the available parameters. The options differ depending on the number format that is applied to the selected cells. You can use the Category list to change the number format.

    Number Format window

    • for the Number format, you can set the number of Decimal points, specify if you want to Use 1000 separator or not and choose one of the available Formats for displaying negative values.
    • for the Scientific and Persentage formats, you can set the number of Decimal points.
    • for the Accounting and Currency formats, you can set the number of Decimal points, choose one of the available currency Symbols and one of the available Formats for displaying negative values.
    • for the Date format, you can select one of the available date formats: 4/15, 4/15/06, 04/15/06, 4/15/2006, 4/15/06 0:00, 4/15/06 12:00 AM, A, April 15 2006, 15-Apr, 15-Apr-06, Apr-06, April-06, A-06, 15 Apr 2006, 15/Apr, 15/Apr/06, Apr/06, April/06, A/06, 15/Apr/2006, 15 Apr, 15 Apr 06, Apr 06, April 06, A 06, 15 Apr 2006.
    • for the Time format, you can select one of the available time formats: 12:48:58 PM, 12:48, 12:48 PM, 12:48:58, 48:57.6, 36:48:58.
    • for the Fraction format, you can select one of the available formats: Up to one digit (1/3), Up to two digits (12/25), Up to three digits (131/135), As halves (1/2), As fourths (2/4), As eighths (4/8), As sixteenths (8/16), As tenths (5/10) , As hundredths (50/100).
  5. click the OK button to apply the changes.
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