Excel

DOLLARDE: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use DOLLARDE in Excel?

Dollar signs can precede a number to make it a currency value. In Excel, the $ symbol is used as a shortcut for the formula code that calculates a currency value, as well as to format numbers as currency. When you enter a number that includes a dollar sign ($) in a cell, Excel will automatically format the number as currency.

What is the syntax of DOLLARDE in Excel?

The DOLLARDE function syntax in Excel is as follows:

=DOLLARDE(number,decimal_places)

This function converts a number to a text representation with the specified number of decimal places.

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

The Excel formula DOLLARDE converts a number to a text representation of a dollar amount. For example, the formula "=DOLLARDE(123.45,2)" would return the text "123.45".

When should you not use DOLLARDE in Excel?

DOLLARDE should not be used when working with negative numbers. Excel will automatically convert the negative number to a positive number when using the DOLLARDE function, so the result will be inaccurate.

What are some similar formulae to DOLLARDE in Excel?

DollarDE is a function in Excel that converts a dollar value into a German currency value. The syntax for the function is DollarDE(value, [rate]) where value is the amount to convert and rate is the conversion rate.

Some similar formulae to DollarDE in Excel include:

DollarEuro: This function converts a dollar value into a Euro value. The syntax is DollarEuro(value, [rate]) where value is the amount to convert and rate is the conversion rate.

DollarGBP: This function converts a dollar value into a British Pound value. The syntax is DollarGBP(value, [rate]) where value is the amount to convert and rate is the conversion rate.

DollarCAD: This function converts a dollar value into a Canadian Dollar value. The syntax is DollarCAD(value, [rate]) where value is the amount to convert and rate is the conversion rate.

DollarAUD: This function converts a dollar value into an Australian Dollar value. The syntax is DollarAUD(value, [rate]) where value is the amount to convert and rate is the conversion rate.

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