There is an option in the home ribbon to apply international currency symbols to money values in Excel. However, the obvious shortcut also applies the Accounting format, which may not be what you want. This video looks at how to maintain the Currency for
(uplifting background music)…- [Instructor] You can quickly change…the formatting of cells containing numbers…so they display as money.…In the Home ribbon, open the Category menu…in the Number group, and select Currency.…For international currencies, you can change…the symbol from the Home ribbon.…But that also changes your numbers…to the Accounting format.…
Click the arrow at the bottom of the number group…to open up more options.…Choose the Currency category here,…then select a symbol that you want.…Click OK to apply the Currency formatting…with the new symbol.…(uplifting background music)…
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- Working with references
- Freezing and locking
- Automatic data population
- Recovering lost work
- Finding named ranges
- Formatting cells and applying styles
- Applying international currency formatting
- Inserting hyperlinks
- Creating dropdown lists
- Hiding columns and rows
- Password protecting a workbook
- Restricting editing
- Adding headers and footers
- Locking cells
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