FIXED FORMAT IN A BOUNDSPAN ON DATA ACCESS PAGE

I have a data access page that used boundspans to refernce a database. The data has decimals and want to set the boundspan to a fixed format with no decimals but cant figure out how. I have the format set to fixed for the boundspan but cant find where it lets me choose how many decimal point to show. Anybody have any ideas?
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mbizupCommented:
If you don't want decimals,  set the format to General Number
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mbizupCommented:
you can also set the decimal places using a formatNumber statement in the controlsource property:

= formatnumber(x,0)
= formatnumber(x,3)
etc.
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norrin_raddAuthor Commented:
thanks for the replies, I didnt notice until just now that both replies were from the same expert! doh! anyway the general number didnt seem to work, but the second one worked like a charm. I may have not done the general number thing right, but I like the formatnumber solution better anyhow, thanks alot.
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mbizupCommented:
Glad to help!
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