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    Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    Hello, this is the formula; =(C7*100)/C4&"Kar" and the cell shows; 11.3374168521274Kar, I want to preview it like this; 11.33 Kar or 11.34 Kar , with a gap. How can I do it? Thanks..

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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    Thank you very much

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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    You're welcome. Thanks for the rep.

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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    You could also just use this formula in your cell...

    =(C7*100)/C4

    and then Custom Format the cell using this Type pattern...

    0.00" Kar"

    That way, should you need to use this number in future calculations, it will usable directly... and at its actually calculated value as opposed to its rounded value.

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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Rothstein View Post
    You could also just use this formula in your cell...

    =(C7*100)/C4

    and then Custom Format the cell using this Type pattern...

    0.00" Kar"

    That way, should you need to use this number in future calculations, it will usable directly... and at its actually calculated value as opposed to its rounded value.
    Thanks a lot for that. Can I ask one more thing? How can I remove that #DIV warning and 0.000's? I'm trying to make every cell blank if they are not being used. Should I make a new topic?
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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    For my suggestion (you can use a similar approach for TMS's code), change the formula you put in the cell to this...

    =IFERROR(C7*100)/C4,"")

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    Re: Getting rid of unwanted decimals

    Works perfectly, thanks..

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