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VBA / Excel / Access / Word » Date Functions » Number Format 
Format(dblNumber "###,##0.00"): double
 
Sub numFormat()
    dblNumber = 12345.678
    Debug.Print dblNumber
    Debug.Print Format(dblNumber "###,##0.00")

End Sub

 
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