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## How do you use JIS in Excel?

JIS is a Japanese Industrial Standard, and it is used in Excel to format numbers according to the Japanese system. The JIS system is used in Japan and other countries that use the Japanese language. In the JIS system, numbers are formatted with two digits after the decimal point, and the number of significant digits is limited to six. For example, the number 123.45 would be formatted as 123.4 in the JIS system.

## What is the syntax of JIS in Excel?

The syntax of JIS in Excel is as follows:

=JIS("Text String")

Where "Text String" is the text string to be converted to JIS.

## What is an example of how to use JIS in Excel?

There are a few ways to use JIS in Excel. One way is to use the JIS code as a lookup value in a VLOOKUP formula. For example, the JIS code for "A" is 945. You can use this code in a VLOOKUP formula to lookup the letter "A" in a table of translations. The VLOOKUP formula would look like this:

=VLOOKUP("A",TranslationTable,2,FALSE)

This formula will lookup the value "A" in the TranslationTable, and return the translated value from the second column of the table.

Another way to use JIS in Excel is to use the JIS code as a cell reference in a formula. For example, the JIS code for "A" is 945. You can use this code in a formula to return the letter "A". The formula would look like this:

=A945

This formula will return the letter "A" from the cell with the JIS code of 945.

## When should you not use JIS in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use JIS in Excel. One is when you are working with a large table of data. JIS can slow down the performance of Excel, so it is best to use it sparingly in these cases. Additionally, JIS should not be used when you are working with formulas, as the formulas may not calculate correctly.

## What are some similar formulae to JIS in Excel?

JIS is a Japanese Industrial Standard, which is a specification for the formatting of text, numbers, and dates in Japanese. There are a few similar formulae to JIS in Excel, which include ISO, ANSI, and Unicode. ISO is the International Organization for Standardization, and is a standard that sets out a number of international standards for various aspects of information technology. ANSI is the American National Standards Institute, and is a United States standards organization that develops voluntary consensus standards for a wide range of industries. Unicode is a computing industry standard that defines a character encoding that allows text to be displayed in a wide variety of languages.

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