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Hello everyone

Using Access 2003

I'm trying to convert a currency field into a 6.2 format in a query
without the decimal symbol e.g. 582.40 = 00058240

At the moment I have Format$([Dollar],"000000") but this would only
result in 000582 without the decimals.

Any ideas would be highly appreciated

Thanks
GAVO

Feb 27 '06 #1
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On 27 Feb 2006 10:31:15 -0800, GAVO-UK wrote:
Hello everyone

Using Access 2003

I'm trying to convert a currency field into a 6.2 format in a query
without the decimal symbol e.g. 582.40 = 00058240

At the moment I have Format$([Dollar],"000000") but this would only
result in 000582 without the decimals.

Any ideas would be highly appreciated

Thanks
GAVO


=Format([FieldName]*100,"00000000")

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