Currency Conversion Us$ In Indian Rupees

iHi Guys,

I have a database with me which has currencies in US$ format as follows:

USA - 1,124,594 (US Dollar thousand)

Now I have to convert this value in 2 formats:

1. Indian Rupees
2. US$ Million (for example - 1.00 millions, up to 2 decimal points)

Now I want to go forward tot his as follows:

1. first I want to convert the value in words so that it can be read and understood by anyone in the team.

2. I want the conversion in Indian rupee and US$ as stated in point number 2 above.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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My Rupee type is Indian Rupees (INR)
Now if i want to convert the Amount to Amount in Words, how do i do this?

For example, 500 - Rupees Five Hundred Only.
Like this i want to convert the amount to Amount in Words.


I am having some data in a sheet containing the values in actual Rupees (Indian Currency). It is to be converted into Rs. in lacs. Pl. give the formula. Data is in 5 columns. Where I have to enter the formula for converting.
Advance thanks for the solution providers.

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I want to know the excel formula which convert the any numeric figure into the words of that country's currency ( depends upon the user.)


The figure is 123456.52

Expected result should be:-

Rupees one lakh twenty three thousand four hundred fifty six and paise fifty two only

Is there any excel formula?

Best Regards

Pradeep Kumar Gupta

I am trying to create a formula which will calculate Rupees from USD. However, I cannot find a way to get the formatting correct. The Rupee is typically formatted 10,00,000. While I have seen macros to spell this, I can't find a way to numerically format the result correctly. I realize if I change the Country settings, it will apply to the entire workbook, not just a section of it.

I have some problem in excell as under
i. In Column A1 I wrote 10,250.00 and I wan it into text in B1 column as
Rupees ten thousand two hundred and fifty only and if there is 10,250.70 then
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If I enter Rs.100/- in Cell1 & I want Rupees Hundred(In words) in another
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