I have a textbox on a form that has a default value of 0.00. When the user enters a number I want it to format it to currency with two decimal places. I've tried form.textbox1.text = formatcurrency(textbox1.text,"0.00") but it won't format it to two decimal places.
I need to be able to format a textbox as curancy. Simple enough, right?
The problem is that this box is loaded from two sources. The first is automatic using the change event, this works well. The second is to enter directly into the textbox, which requires using the exit event, this also works.
The problem comes when I try to use both events. The change event interfers with the direct entry (the format keeps changing the entered value and will not allow the user to finish entering).
What I am trying to do is display my output in currency format. The catch is that the values I am using are not from cells, they are from text boxes that are locked on a user form. The first text box is a base rate with a value of "$2000.00". Second comes a quantity text box with an integer value of let's say "3". Last comes a markup rate which is a text box with a rate of ".10". The calculation is fine, it although it returns "$6600" when it is critical that I display the two decimal places at the end. Here is my code for the calculation:
A particular textbox in myuserform requires a displayed format of 000.000. I would like the user to enter a no less, and no more, than 6 digits. On tab, the textbox displays that value in the preferred format.
eg. enter 123456, TAB, results in textbox display of 123.456
I have tried ...
[Private Sub freq_AfterUpdate() freq = Format(freq, "000.000") End Sub But this results in 123456.000
I would like to have a single button that changes a range of cells from the USD to EURO to perhaps CAD symbol. Can this operation be performed, such that if I start in dollars, and I click the button once, it shifts by range to EURO (not formulas...just symbol)...and then if I click the same button again, it goes to CAD, and then back to USD with a third click?
I have a userform with several texboxes formatted as currency. The problem I have is that I cannot enter figures less than £1.00 i.e. (.90) whicch should format as £0.90 Here is the code I am using so far! As I have said it works perfectly apart from this ...
how I might assign the $ Currency property to one of my textboxes in my user form. I was hoping I could set the property in the spreadsheet and the form would inherit what properties the cell in the spreadsheet had but that did not work. Here is the line of code I tried to use to assign the property to the cell (TextBox 16 is the one I am trying to change)
I have a Userform where i have the user in put a dollar amount in a text box. Im having difficulty getting this assigned to a variable as an integer. I get a "type mismatch" error. I have tried declaring the variable as an integer, and tried the cint() function, but i get the same error.
I have a spreadsheet which needs to display currency in the correct format dependant upon whether a contract is in English or German Law. Excel defaults currency format as €310,000.00 however in German this needs to be €310.000,00 i.e. with the decimal point and comma in opposite positions. Does anyone know what expression I can use to format it as the latter?
I have a userform where the user enters prices for up to 12 items in textbox controls, and these prices are stored in an array. The textboxes are titled tbPrice1, tbPrice2, etc. I'm having an issue with the line of code I am using to store the values in an array. Every time I attempt to store them, I get runtime error 13 type mismatch, but I don't understand why.
dim PartPrices(1 to 12) as Currency
For x = 1 to 12PartPrices(x) = IIf(Trim(Me.Controls("tbPrice" & x).Value) & vbNullString = vbNullString, CCur(0), CCur(Trim(Me.Controls("tbPrice" & x).Value)))Next
A little more explanation here. Not all 12 parts will have prices, so I use the IIf statement to store the value 0 whenever the user has left a price field blank. I use trim in case they leave spaces in the price textbox or something. When the field is not blank, I take the value entered in the textbox, convert it to currency and attempt to store it in the relevant element of the array.
When using the formula '= CELL("format",G3)' the result is ',2' for Euros, US and Canadian Dollars. As you can see in my spreadsheet this does not enable me to calculate sums (ie. Total Canadian Dollars) using the currency format. Is there something other than "format" that would get a more precise result that would differentiate between currencies?
i want to know how to numberformat numbers (Currency) into thousands,lakhs. For example i m having amount in colmun D like 1239.00 i want to format the numbers in this column as Currency with thousand seperator and lakh seperator. like1,239.00 or 1,23,900.0
I have a list of sales made during a certain period. They are either in £ or $ and are in a list. Essentially like this (but with lots more info):
sale1 £300 sale2 $450 sale3 £150 etc...
What I would like to do is to have two cells at the top which sum only the £ values and a cell whcih sums only the $ values. Is this possible?
My idea to was do a sumif formula based on the cell format of the sales value, but I can't see a way of doing this. The only other way I can see is to have a simple addition formula selecting only the certain cells i want, but this would be labour intensive to maintain, as the formula would need to be updated eachtime a new line is added.
I would like to set the format of a cell to the Japanese currency format. This means that the comma separator occurs at 4-digit interval instead of 3 (ten-thousand separator instead of thousand separator) like this:
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Im sure there is an easy way to do this but I have tried using an if statement in the conditional formatting section but it does not work.
how to total the different currencies using the ifsum formula, so this is more of a presentation task, but still it has annoyed me to no end.
In the example workbook, the currency value selected in row E should effect the currency formatting in Rows F-L
I am struggeling to format a column to display currency values formated with a different currency mark than the local system currency. Right now, when I run the macro on my machine I get my local currency (Israely Shekel), and on the Client's machine I get Euro. (I need it to be in dollars)
In the accounting number formats, the available currency symbols are Dollar ($), Pound (â‚¤), Euro (â‚¬), and Yuan (Â¥). But how can I add a custom currency symbol? For example instead of writing "$1,000", I want to write "BDT. 1,000" or "à§³ 1,000". How can I do that?
We have 3 PCs, all running MS Office 2013. On 1 of these machines, it is doing strange things with formatting. If you open a document or try to paste anything into certain documents, it decides everything is currency format and assigns all sorts of wrong formatting to the entire sheet, or the entire document. There may be some cells in the doc that are indeed currency, but only a small proprtion. If I open a new, fresh document and paste into that document, it does not do this, it seems to work normally, only applying currency formatting where it might be applicable. On some larger docs that have this issue, no matter what I do, it just continues to apply these strange settings.
How to make EXCEL 2007 Automatically convert all my CURRENCY symbols in all cells formatted for CURRENCY in THE SAME SHEET to the one and ONLY currency selected in JUST ONE cell ? (i mean, after conversion, all of them are Not just display currency symbols, but Calculable monetary values like regular Excel's built-in currency format)
I am a dummy in VBA so I really am not familiar at all if the solution is really one of VBA. I don't even know how to start programming VBA at all in Excel.