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BAHTTEXT: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use BAHTTEXT in Excel?

There are a few ways that you can use the BAHTTEXT function in Excel. One way is to use it to convert a number to text. You can do this by using the function like this: =BAHTTEXT(number,thai_format) . The number is the number that you want to convert, and the thai_format is the format that you want the text to be in. The thai_format can be "TH" or "THB". The other way that you can use the function is to format a number as text. You can do this by using the function like this: =BAHTTEXT(number,format_string) . The number is the number that you want to format, and the format_string is the format that you want the text to be in. The format_string can be "TH" or "THB".

What is the syntax of BAHTTEXT in Excel?

The syntax of BAHTTEXT in Excel is as follows:

BAHTTEXT(number, format)

The number argument is the number that you want to format as text. The format argument is the text format that you want to use.

What is an example of how to use BAHTTEXT in Excel?

BAHTTEXT is a function in Excel that allows you to convert a number into text using the Thai currency symbol. The function takes two arguments: the number you want to convert, and the number of decimal places you want to display.

For example, if you want to convert the number 123,456.789 to text with two decimal places, you would use the function BAHTTEXT(123456.789, 2). This would return the text "฿123,456.79".

When should you not use BAHTTEXT in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use the BAHTTEXT function in Excel. First, if you are trying to convert a number to text, you should use the TEXT function instead. The BAHTTEXT function is specifically designed to convert Thai Baht currency to text. Second, if you are trying to format a number as currency, you should use the CURRENCY function instead. The BAHTTEXT function will not work correctly if the number you are converting contains a comma or other non-standard currency symbol.

What are some similar formulae to BAHTTEXT in Excel?

Some similar formulae to BAHTTEXT in Excel include TEXT(), DECIMAL(), and FIXED(). TEXT() takes a text string as an input and converts it to a number, DECIMAL() takes a number and converts it to a text string, and FIXED() takes a number and displays it with a fixed number of decimal places.

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