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In the following formula, the rouding of the SnowPercent, which is 9.7 still shows 9.7 and thus when I do the PercenttoText custom function it has it as "Nine and 7/100".  How would you do it differently than below to force two decimal places?

PercentToText_cf ( Round ( SnowPercent ; 2) )
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You want it to display as "9.70%"  or "Nine and 70/100" ? It seems to me that if the custom function is giving you 7/100 for .7 rather than 70/100, then that's an error in the portion of the function calculation that deals with the decimal.
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Thanks, fixed it.
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