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Default Getting the system decimal seperator

Hi

Does anyone know how to determine what is the current decimal seperator for Excel / the system?

I am using the SetNumberFormat in the Range-class to format output to Excel, but depending on what the user uses as decimal seperator, the function will fail..

Not mutch helt to get in documentation for this function..

Gert






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