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<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3149276" xml-lang="en-US" level="3" l10n="U" oldref="230">Thousands Separator</paragraph>
-<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3154380" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="21">Depending on your language setting, you can use a comma or a period as a thousands separator. You can also use the separator to reduce the size of the number that is displayed by a multiple of 1000.</paragraph>
+<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3154380" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="21">Depending on your language setting, you can use a comma, a period or a blank as a thousands separator. You can also use the separator to reduce the size of the number that is displayed by a multiple of 1000.</paragraph>
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<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3147218" xml-lang="en-US" level="3" l10n="U" oldref="237">Percentages</paragraph>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3151168" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="CHG" oldref="84">To display numbers as percentages, add the percent sign (%) to the number format.</paragraph>
<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3156005" xml-lang="en-US" level="3" l10n="U" oldref="89">Scientific Notation</paragraph>
-<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3146923" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="85">Scientific notation lets you write very large numbers or very small fractions in a compact form. For example, in scientific notation, 650000 is written as 6.5 x 10^5, and 0.000065 as 6.5 x 10^-5. <comment>Translators: use the decimal delimiter of your language (period or comma) for all number format codes in Calc.</comment>In <item type="productname">%PRODUCTNAME</item>, these numbers are written as 6.5E+5 and 6.5E-5, respectively. To create a number format that displays numbers using scientific notation, enter a # or 0, and then one of the following codes E-, E+, e- or e+.</paragraph>
+<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3146923" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="85">Scientific notation lets you write very large numbers or very small fractions in a compact form. For example, in scientific notation, 650000 is written as 6.5 x 10^5, and 0.000065 as 6.5 x 10^-5. <comment>Translators: use the decimal delimiter of your language (period or comma) for all number format codes in Calc.</comment>In <item type="productname">%PRODUCTNAME</item>, these numbers are written as 6.5E+5 and 6.5E-5, respectively. To create a number format that displays numbers using scientific notation, enter a # or 0, and then one of the following codes E-, E+, e- or e+. If sign is omitted after E or e, it won't appear for positive value of exponent. To get engineering notation, enter 3 digits (0 or #) in the integer part.For instance: ###.##E+00</paragraph>
<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3159080" xml-lang="en-US" level="2" l10n="U" oldref="98">Number Format Codes of Currency Formats</paragraph>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3147318" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="CHG" oldref="99">The default currency format for the cells in your spreadsheet is determined by the regional setting of your operating system. If you want, you can apply a custom currency symbol to a cell. For example, enter #,##0.00 € to display 4.50 € (Euros).<comment>Translators: use the decimal delimiter of your language (period or comma) for all number format codes in Calc.</comment></paragraph>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3150032" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="167">You can also specify the locale setting for the currency by entering the locale code for the country after the symbol. For example, [$€-407] represents Euros in Germany. To view the locale code for a country, select the country in the <emph>Language</emph> list on the <emph>Numbers</emph> tab of the <emph>Format Cells</emph> dialog.</paragraph>
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