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How to format Number in SSRS

Posted on 2009-03-31
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I had number in the following format in SSRS -> 898945.45
I need to change to the following Format -> 898,945

How can i Do it. I dont want to have any decimals or currency symbols.
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In the Format field of the Properties tab, enter N0.

You can also get to this by right clicking on the relevant cell, choose Properties, select the Format tab, and entering N0 in the Format Code box.
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Besides ", " i want to have it as "." What should i do
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I believe this is defined according to the Digital Grouping Symbol specified in your regional settings.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.globalization.numberformatinfo.numbergroupseparator(VS.71).aspx
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