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AlexDias Frequent Visitor
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Missing currency symbol

Hello guys, I know most ppl do not know what's Kwanza but for me it's one of the most used currencies at work.
Kwanza is the Angola(African country) currency. They use as symbol 'Kz' and for abbreviation 'AOA'.

Is there any way to set custom currencies or even add new ones?

Thank you

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AlexDias Frequent Visitor
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Re: Missing currency symbol

Thank you, will do Smiley Happy

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Super User
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Re: Missing currency symbol

I don't believe this is customisable.  You should send a frown (File\Send Feedback\Send a Frown) and explain the problem.  The team is very responsive.



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AlexDias Frequent Visitor
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Re: Missing currency symbol

Thank you, will do Smiley Happy

Super User
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Re: Missing currency symbol

@AlexDias - You could always CONCATENATE together your own currency string although that would cause sorting and summing issues, but if you were just using it for display purposes, it might be useful.


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AlexDias Frequent Visitor
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Re: Missing currency symbol

@Greg_Deckler - Thank you for the tip, thing is, I'm using currencies all over the place, specially over charts.

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