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Formatting a SQL Server decimal data type

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I have a SQL Server table where one of the fields is the type Decimal 34,2
(Precision 34, Scale 2). I can not get this field to display properly in a
form. I set the fields format property to Standard expecting 1,234.00 but I
get 1234.00, no comma. I've tried this in an Access Data Project and an MDB
file with an ODBC table. Same result.

Any solutions or workarounds?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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