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Need to represent decimal number as "## hrn. ## kop.". Example:

1.2 => 1 hrn. 20 kop.
3 => 3 hrn. 00 kop.

I've created custom cell format:

0," hrn. "#0" kop."

Result is:

1.2 => 1, hrn. 20 kop.

How to remove this comma after 1? Is there another way to solve it?

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Try using this format:

# " hrn". #0" kop."

Or modify yours to:

0, " hrn". #0" kop."

It's working for me.

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