I have an Excel Workbook which will be sent to a client and I need to get the thousands and decimal seperators right. I have a Workbook.Open routine which will change to custom formatting (and back on close)
.UseSystemSeparators = False .DecimalSeparator = "," .ThousandsSeparator = "."
I also have a bunch of charts, which seem unaffected by this change. How do I convince Excel to display charts with a custom decimal separator?
My approach so far was to use number formatting, but I cannot figure out how to actually REPLACE a separator, instead of displaying it. Is there a way to use . (period) and , (comma) to locate the thousands-separator, but at the same time ommitting to print it?
Is there an alternative Way of forcing chart axis to use the above-mentioned application settings for separators?