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In Design view, right-click anywhere in the column that contains the field you want to format, and then choose Properties from the shortcut menu. Click in the Format property, and then click the arrow to display the format options. Choose a format option from the drop-down list.
Click the format box, and then click the down-arrow to display a choice of formats. Choose from the list, in this example Currency is selected. Finally, click [X] to close the dialog box. When you run the query your new field will appear, containing the calculated values and formatted as you specified.
Hi Rushi, you don't need to format it explicitly like that in the case statement (unless you're trying to combine strings into it for some reason). Instead, just keep it as a number and change the formula to Currency with zero decimals. Right-click the field, go to "Default Properties", then "Number Format".
On the Design tab, in the Tools group, click Add Existing Fields. -OR- Press ALT+F8.
Add the column in Design view In the Navigation Pane, right-click the table that you want to change, and then click Design View on the shortcut menu. On the Access status bar, click Design View. In the Field Name column, select a blank row and type a name for the new field.
To use the Field List in Access, first open a form in design view. Then click the Design tab of the Form Design Tools contextual tab within the Ribbon. Then click the Add Existing Fields button in the Tools button group. The Field List pane then appears at the right side of the form design view.
Select the Form Layout Tools Design tab, then locate the Tools group on the right side of the Ribbon. Click the Add Existing Fields command. The Add Existing Fields command. The Field List pane will appear. Select the field or fields to add to your form. The new field will be added.
Field Formats. * Custom formats are unique formats you create. You specify text to be inserted in an input string and where the text is to be inserted. For example, assume the input string is "123456789" and the custom format string is "3,-,2,-".
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