Spell A Number (not Currency)
I am using Excel 2003 and have a column within my spreadsheet that, through a formula, inserts a decimal that has formatting to show as a percent. I would like to know who to convert that number to words. I saw spellnumber (and love it!) but don't know how to edit it so that it converts properly.
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