Specifying Number and Currency Format

You can set the number or the currency formatting of the data displayed on the chart by using the +format (1) feature of a particular Metric.

Use the Show Label button (2) to display the labels of each bar in the chart area.

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Clicking + format displays the Format fields: Number and Currency (1). Select either of the two.
The image below shows how the labels are displayed in a vertical bar chart on the right.
Note that the Show Label button is replaced by the Hide Label button (2).

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Specifying the Number Format

  1. Click on the None field to display the Number drop-down options.
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NumberDescription
10,000.1Number
10,000.12Number
10.1kNumber
10.12kNumber
10.123kNumber
10%Percent
10.1%Percent
10.12%Percent
  1. Select an option from the drop-down list.
    In this example, we select 10% (1) to format the value of the data.
    Note that the Currency field is not visible.
    The label at the top of each bar displays the value of the data by ten percent.
    Notice that the vertical y-axis on the left side of the chart changes to show the levels by ten percent (2).
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Specifying the Currency Format

  1. Click on the No Currency field to display the Currency drop-down options.
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CurrencyDescription
$United States Dollar
Euro
¥Japanese Yen or Chinese Yuan
New Israeli Shekel
  1. Select an option from the drop-down list.
    In this example, we select $ (1) to format the value of the data.
    The label at the top of each bar displays the value of the data by United States dollar.
    Notice that the vertical y-axis on the left side of the chart changes to show the levels by U.S. dollar (2).
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  1. You can opt to specify the Number format before or after specifying the Currency format.
    In this example, we select the first option, which is 10,000.1.
    The label at the top of each bar displays the value of the data by United States dollar and by ten thousand and one decimal point.
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