Excel equation

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When working out an equation in Excel, if I use a comma, it will work out the equation for me, but if I use a full stop or point the formula comes up with a #value error sign. eg. =4,5*5=22.5 but =4.5*5=#value Is there a setting I need to change?

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  • philpl1jb
    Apparently your computer or this spreadsheet is set to a location/language where , is used as the decimal symbol .. thus 4,5 is 4 and one half . if you want to use period . as decimal symbol you can change your computer setup
    1.  Start
    
    2.  Control Panel
    
    3. Regional and Language Options
    
    4. Customize
    
    5. Decimal symbol 
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