I need to convert amount in word like:

3450.34 as " Rupees three thousand and fifty and cents thirty four into mauritian rupees and proper case

Excel questions are best asked in the Office Software forum. That being said, try here:

http://www.fixya.com/support/t10412...

Solution #2 are custom formats that you can use.

MIKE

For converting the numbers to words see here: http://www.dq.winsila.com/tips-tric...

or here:

http://www.programmersheaven.com/do...

MIKE

hi suresh thanks but wish to convert same but in mauritian rupees... that is instead of using paisa used cents and if possible in proper case

thanks but looking for convertion into mauritian rupees..... suresh could i get the coding of the formula

Sorry, I do not know enough about the difference. If you ask your question, in specific detail, over at the Office Software forum someone may be able to help.

They are very good with VBA and there have been other similar questions resolved.MIKE

Hi, Without any understanding of Mauritian Rupees, I can still give you a possible solution that you should be able to adapt to your specific needs.

This is a set of formulas that breakdown the number into thousands, hundreds, tens/units and the decimal part.

Then a lookup tables convert the numbers into words

and finally a formula concatenates (joins) the 'numbers as words' with the text for the currency.In cell B3 enter the number e.g., 3450.34

In cells F3 to G12 create a table of numbers and words as follows:F G 3 0 4 10 Ten 5 20 Twenty 6 30 Thirty 7 40 Fourty 8 50 Fifty 9 60 Sixty 10 70 Seventy 11 80 Eighty 12 90 NinetyCell G3 contains =""

In cells H3 to I23 create a second table as follows:H I 3 0 4 1 One 5 2 Two 6 3 Three 7 4 Four 8 5 Five 9 6 Six 10 7 Seven 11 8 Eight 12 9 Nine 13 10 Ten 14 11 Eleven 15 12 Twelve 16 13 Thirteen 17 14 Fourteen 18 15 Fifteen 19 16 Sixteen 20 17 Seventeen 21 18 Eighteen 22 19 Nineteen 23 20 TwentyCell I3 contains =""Enter the following formulas in the specified cells

C3 =INT(B3/1000) C4 =INT((B3-(INT(B3/1000)*1000))/100) C5 =INT(B3-(INT(B3/1000)*1000)-(INT((B3-(INT(B3/1000)*1000))/100))*100) C6 =(B3-INT(B3))*100These will show the numbers for thousands, hundreds etc.Enter the following formulas in the specified cells

D3 =IF(C3<20,VLOOKUP(C3,H3:I23,2,FALSE),VLOOKUP(INT(C3/10)*10,F3:G12,2,FALSE) & IF(C3=INT(C3), ""," " &VLOOKUP(C3-INT(C3/10)*10,H3:I23,2,FALSE))) D4 =VLOOKUP(C4,H3:I12,2,FALSE) D5 =IF(C5<20,VLOOKUP(C5,H3:I23,2,FALSE),VLOOKUP(INT(C5/10)*10,F3:G12,2,FALSE) & IF(C5=INT(C5/10),""," " &VLOOKUP(C5-INT(C5/10)*10,H3:I23,2,FALSE)))Note that some formulas have been split over two rows for ease of viewing - enter them as single formulas.In cell E3, enter this formula which creates the final text:

="Stirling " & D3 & " thousand, " & D4 & " hundred" & IF(C5=0,""," and ") & D5 & " Pounds" & IF(C6=0,""," and " & ROUND(C6,2) & " pence")The formula has been split onto two lines for ease of viewing.

Replace/remove/add words suitable for Mauritian Rupees.Hope this helps you get the solution you are looking for.

(The formulas could be embedded into fewer cells - possibly just one cell, but for the purposes of testing and debugging, I found that using seperate cells was easier).

If you need to exceed 90000 then the first lookup table will need to be extended.

If you are going to use millions then another section will need to be added, with a series of changes to the formulas.

Here are a couple of conversions:

20902.12

Stirling Twenty thousand, Nine hundred and Two Pounds and 12 pence

3100.12

Stirling Three thousand, One hundred Pounds and 10 penceRegards

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