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I am exporting data to an excel file. This works, however, one of my columns doesn't format properly with currency. Through code, how can i make an entire column currency just like when i do it through Excel itself, by going to the format options.

I have tried using the Range.NumberFormat, but that only works when value matches my data exactly.

IE: I have 24500.00 and 20000

I want them to show 24,500.00 and 20000.00

Sometimes i get ###### in the column after the export and when i change the option in excel for that column, it works fine. Any ideas? Thanks.

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The ####### in an Excel cell indicates that the data is too big to display in the cell.
I think your problem is not the text formatting but the column width.

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I meant to come back on and update this thread yesterday. You are exactly correct. My formatting was fine, i just needed to set the column width. Once i did that, the export was perfect. Thanks for the response.

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