I'm attempting to format my numbers in Excel such that they appear as thousands. Replace 1000 with 1 k. Typically, I utilise Excel's numerical format. I put a "space" or a "," after the final digit of my formatting, depending on the language, to get a division of x1000.
In the past, I had format thousands of numbers as: "K" (US) or "K" with no spaces (French, for instance) Format millions in numbers: "M" (US) or "M" with two spaces (French, for instance)
But now it doesn't work, and instead of showing thousands or millions of, it just displays my numbers with a comma or two at the end.
Do you know how to parameterize the cells' format and what it can be related to?
I'm using the "," as the decimal separator and the "" as the thousands separator in my advanced settings.
Because I simply want to alter the format of the cells, I would like not to use a formula. For now, I've created a "mirror" page using =ROUND(Cell/1000000;0) to display Millions, which is a workaround that's not very satisfactory.