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VALUETOTEXT: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use VALUETOTEXT in Excel?

The VALUETOTEXT function in Excel takes a value and converts it to text. The function will take a number and turn it into text with the number's value spelled out. The function can also take a date and turn it into text with the date spelled out. The function is useful when you need to display a value in text form.

What is the syntax of VALUETOTEXT in Excel?

The syntax of VALUETOTEXT in Excel is as follows: =VALUE(text) The VALUE function converts a text string to a number.

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

An example of how to use VALUETOTEXT in Excel would be to create a formula that takes the value of a cell and converts it to text. For example, cell A1 contains the value "100" and the formula =VALUETOTEXT(A1) would return the text "100".

When should you not use VALUETOTEXT in Excel?

There are a few instances in which you should not use VALUETOTEXT in Excel. One instance is when you are working with text values that contain quotation marks. If you use VALUETOTEXT on a text value that contains quotation marks, it will remove the quotation marks from the text value. Another instance in which you should not use VALUETOTEXT is when you are working with text values that contain embedded commas. If you use VALUETOTEXT on a text value that contains embedded commas, it will split the text value into multiple text values, with each text value containing one embedded comma.

What are some similar formulae to VALUETOTEXT in Excel?

There are a few similar formulae to VALUETOTEXT in Excel. VALUE, ROUNDUP, and ROUNDDOWN can all be used to convert numbers to text. TEXT can also be used to convert text to numbers.

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