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how do i format the file size display into proper KB and MB format

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Hi,

Can somebody please let me know how i can show the default file size display format in KB and MB using xslt.

for example in sharepoint designer the default value of file sizes would be shown as for instance 198767. I want to show this as 1.98 MB .

thanks in advance
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you can use calculated column for this.
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