Thousand separator changes on charts

Hello,

When I create a chart from data, the thousand separator automatically changes from dot (.) to comma (,).

I am working on a MAC and it is already configured on the Language and region.

It only changes in charts. All other numbers appear correctly.


 

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Last updated February 10, 2020 Views 680 Applies to:

Hi Juliasmelo,

Thanks for sharing your experience with us.

Regarding the second screenshot, can you add a custom formatting and applied to these labels, such as #.##0?

If the issue persists, please also share the following information with us:

1) Does this symptom occur on other type of chart?

2) Does this symptom reoccur in the newly created workbook?

3) Capture a screenshot about the version number of Excel.


Regards,

William

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Hello William,

I have applied a custom formatting and it also doesn't work, as the dot appears after the whole number:

Regarding your questions:

1) The symptom occurs in all types of charts.

2) It occurs on all workbooks, opened from PC or newly created on the mac.

3) Here it is:

Looking forward for a resolution.

Thank you.

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Hi Juliasmelo,

It’s not feasible to change the symbol of the thousand separators in Excel. Given this situation, we welcome and encourage you to submit your feedback to UserVoice as this is the best way to perfect our products.

Thanks for your understanding.

Spike

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Are you serious? 

So, you are saying that Microsoft developed an application that is useless for all mac users in Argentina, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Turkey?

If this was true, I believe there would be a lot of people complaining about it. I have searched the web in different forums and sites and it seems that my case is an exception, as when I used office 2011 it didn't occur..


It would be much more honest if you just said it is a bug and you don't know how to solve it.

This is not solved and I am not even nearly satisfied with the support provided by Microsoft.

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