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Converting Amounts In Excel

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Hi all,

Grateful if someone would assist on this problem:

I am trying to automate the conversion an amount and break it up into several constituents, [Using MS Excel 2003-7]

Amount      100000      10000      1000      100        10            Unit
£545.00       ***         ***       ***              FIVE        FOUR      FIVE
£5,886.32 ***          ***      FIVE              EIGHT      EIGHT       SIX
£3,527.07 ***                ***      THREE      FIVE         TWO              SEVEN

The idea being that when I enter the amount the breakdown happens automatically across the cells.

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Hi,

pls try

=IF($A8<B$7,"***",CHOOSE(MOD(INT($A8/B$7),10)+1,"zero","one","two","three","four","five","six","seven","eight","nine"))

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Hi,

with Capital Letters
=IF($A3<B$2,"***",CHOOSE(MOD($A3/B$2,10)+1,"ZERO","ONE","TWO","THREE","FOUR","FIVE","SIX","SEVEN","EIGHT","NINE"))

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Thanks, it works a treat
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