expression show only 2 decimal places

i have an expression that looks like this.

Sum(Fields!fieldvalue.Value) * 100


I want the numbers to only show one decimal place.  How
vbnetcoderAsked:
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ScamquistCommented:
Right click the text box
Click Text
Text Box Properties
Click  Number
Change Decimal Places to 1

-or-

Highlight the text box
View properties
Navigate to Number
Format     #,0.0;(#,0.0)
vbnetcoderAuthor Commented:
neither of these options work because i have an expression that i provided in my original question.  I believe i need to update the expression to do this just not sure how.
ScamquistCommented:
how about
=Format(Sum(Fields!fieldvalue.Value) * 100,"#,#0.0")

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vbnetcoderAuthor Commented:
i forgot one thing ... can this me updated to show negative values like this (33.5) rather then -33.5
ScamquistCommented:
Try the absolute value (abs) function

=Format(abs(Sum(Fields!fieldvalue.Value) * 100),"#,#0.0")
vbnetcoderAuthor Commented:
ty
ScamquistCommented:
I misunderstood.  I didn't read it as (33.5) is negative 33.5.

this should work

=Format(Sum(Fields!fieldvalue.Value) * 100,"#,#0.0;(#,#0.0)")
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