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Format cells in excel - degree

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I would like to format a cell to show a degree symbol after the number - ie. 45 degrees. I'd like to use the symbol instead of having "degrees." added to cell
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Hi,
Try this format code in FORMAT, Cells, "Number" tab, "Custom" category, Edit box "Type": "####º"

I hope this helps.
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