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Excel formula to show $0.00 if negative number.

I need the following formula to show $0.00 if it is a negative number, otherwise perform calculation.

="Avoided Spend w/ Reference = "&TEXT('SSG 2017 Orders'!AT2,"[$$ -409]#,##0.00")
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Frank Helk

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Rgonzo1971

Hi,

pls try
="Avoided Spend w/ Reference = "&TEXT(A3,"[$$ -409]#,##0.00;""$ 0.00""") 

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ssblue

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Lee, yours shows >0

Rgonzo, yours shows $0.00 all the time - it should show the calculation if it is a positive number.
Lee W, MVP

Had a typo - I corrected, try again.
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Rgonzo1971

corrected code
="Avoided Spend w/ Reference = "&TEXT('SSG 2017 Orders'!AT2,"[$$ -409]#,##0.00;""$0.00""") 

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ssblue

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Thanks
Frank Helk

How about

="Avoided Spend w/ Reference = "&IF('SSG 2017 Orders'!AT2<0,"0.0",TEXT('SSG 2017 Orders'!AT2,"[$$ -409]#,##0.00"))

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