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Changing Amount in words Terminology in Lacks.

Hi,

1. In PLD Reports and Forms, Amount is showing like

INR 3000,000,

How to Remove the INR beside the Amount?

2. In PLD Reports, when i display the amount in words,

It is showing in Millions and Thousands.

But my client wants it in Lacks and Thousands Terminology.

how to do?

I searched alot but no use.

plz help me asap.

Regards,

Anand.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 07:49 AM

    Hi,

    For the first question, you'll have to do it in two steps:

    First, add an hidden database field (i.e. Field_012), which will retrieve your data from the database,

    Second add a visible formula by using the following function: Amount (Field_012)

    I don't know what's the "Lacks and Thousands Terminology", can you explain a little what it's?

    Regards,

    Eric

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 08:02 AM

    Anand,

    I have seen a lot of Users looking for this? I would suggest that you take this up with SAP Support / Product team.

    Suda

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 11:51 AM

    Eric

    <SNIP>

    I don't know what's the "Lacks and Thousands Terminology", can you explain a little what it's?

    </SNIP>

    In India amounts are pronounced little different than United States, for example you will call 130,000 as One Hundred and Thirty Thousand, In India 100 thousand makes One Lac, so It will be pronounced as One Lac, Thirteen thousand. Similarly in India "Millions" are not used so 1.3 million is 13 Lacs

    That was JFYI

    Sincerely,

    Jiten

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