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On 4/24/22 5:26 PM, Dave Howorth wrote:
I have a financial spreadsheet that was designed in the USA but I live
in the UK. Is there any way in LO to change all the cells that are
formatted as numeric $ amounts to be the same format but using the
equivalent numeric £ format instead?

I don't think there's any logic in the spreadsheet that depends on the
currency, it's just doing numerical calculations on the values. But it
would be easier to look at if it was in £ rather than $ everywhere!

Cheers, Dave

     Try this: select the columns that contained the currency amounts. Then right click on one of them making sure that all of them are selected. Select "Format cells". When the dialog appear, look for the language setting. Change it from English(USA) to English(UK). Make sure the the Category is what you want it as well as the Format. Click OK, and save the spreadsheet.


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