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2.1.1088 Part 4 Section, USDOLLAR

a. The standard does not specify any restriction on argument num-decimal.

Office returns #VALUE! if argument num-decimal is greater than 127.

b. The standard states that the thousands separator is the comma, the radix point is the period, and the currency symbol is $ and the format used is $#,##0.00;($#,##0.00).

In Office, the formatting applied to the string for the thousands separator, radix point, and currency symbol are implementation-specific.

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