Set Cell Format Dialog Box
Defines the formatting for cells in the table.
List of Options
The following options are displayed.
- Data Type
Displays a list of data types (Angle, Date, Decimal Number, and so on) that you can
format for table rows.
Displays a preview of the option you selected in the Format list.
Depending on the data type you select, displays a list of relevant format types. For
example, if you select Angle as the data type, Format includes options such as Decimal
Degrees, Grads, Radians, and so on.
For Angle, Decimal Number, and Points data types only, sets the precision for applicable
formats. For example, if you select Angle as the data type and Radians as the format
type, Precision includes options such as Current Precision, 0.0r, 0.00r, 0.000r, and
- List Separator
For a Point data type only, displays a list of options (comma, semicolon, or colon)
that you can use to separate list items.
For Currency data types only, displays a list of currency symbols that you can use.
- Append Symbol
For Currency data types, places the currency symbol after the number. For Percentage
data types, the percent symbol is placed after the number.
- Negative Numbers
For Currency data types only, lists options for displaying negative numbers.
- X, Y, and Z Coordinates
For Point data types only, filters X, Y, or Z coordinates.
- Additional Format
For Angle, Decimal Number, Point, and Whole Number data types only, opens the Additional
Format dialog box, where you set additional formatting options for table cells.
For the Date data types only, displays a list of date display options in the Format
field. Click a date in the Format field to see an example.
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