Excel

## 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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