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Default Cell Accounting Format

How do I format a cell with the accounting format so that the $ is always on the far left of the cell regardless of the size of the number?
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Here you have

Sub Format_Cell_Currency()

' Without Decimals
ActiveCell.NumberFormat = "$0"

' Without Decimals
ActiveCell.NumberFormat = "$0.00"

End Sub

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