yes it is
Ctrl-comma does not do anything in Excel. Ctrl ' copies from the cell above and Ctrl `switches to and from the formula view.
Export the MS Works database file in a comma-delimited format, save the file, then import the file into MS Excel.
Format cells to comma style.
The Comma format.
Format | Format Cell | Number Tab | Number -- Click box in front of "Use 1000 Separator" >> In Excel this type of format is known as "accounting number format"
There is a format which is called Number, which gives you the option of having the thousand separators.
A good way is to export from a database is to save as CSV format (or some sort of comma-delimited text format), then open Excel and import the file into Excel.
Format > Cells > Currency
Yes. You need to export it from your email or contacts program to a Comma Separated Value format, which Excel can then open directly.
The Accounting format.
The comma style will format numbers with two decimal places and insert commas as thousand separators. So if you had a number like 3455679 in a cell and formatted it as comma style, it would come up as:3,455,679.00