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Create a table with a field of type Currency. In the lower pane of table design view, set the Format property to "Currency". Save the table, and close the database. Open the Windows Control Panel. Go to Regional Options, and change the Currency setting. Open your database again. Open your table in design view.
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.
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Press TAB, open the drop-down menu in the Format row, and choose Fixed. Note that the Decimal Places property is set to Auto. Click Save and then click the View button to go to Datasheet view.
To do this, select the cells you want to format. Then, select Currency from the Number Format drop-down list in the Number section of the Home tab. The numbers in the selected cells are all formatted as currency with Windows' default currency symbol applied.
Select the cells(s) you want to modify. Selecting a cell range. Click the drop-down arrow next to the Number Format command on the Home tab. The Number Formatting drop-down menu will appear. Select the desired formatting option. The selected cells will change to the new formatting style.
Open the Format Cells dialog, select Currency under Category, and choose the desired currency from the Symbol drop-down list, e.g. Russian Ruble: Switch to Custom category, and modify the built-in Excel format the way you want.
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