# How to Convert Number to Words in Google Sheets

Till date, GoogleSheets has no in-assembled capability to convert Numbers to Words. Yet, a designer, Alexander Ivanov has made a GoogleSheets add-on called Convert Number to Words in Google Sheets which makes the above interpretation conceivable. At the point when we install the above said Extra, we gain admittance to two Custom capabilities, NUMBERTEXT and MONEYTEXT.

To convert the cash worth to words I utilize the extra accessible at Number to Words Convertor area commercial center called NumberText. I needed a comparable component yet that doesn’t need to convert to number qualities considering digit position. I simply needed to convert any number to words just to diminish disarray when it is distributed or archived.

The primary arrangement depends on different recipes, and the subsequent one involves a single piece of the equation. See the reviews beneath. On the off chance that you need the working duplicate of the corresponding Spreadsheets, kindly read on. You can get to the number to words Convert Number to Words in Google Sheets from the links/URLs gave beneath under Rev.1 and Rev.2 captions.

## A Brief Summary of Number Formats in Google Sheets

The five main number arrangements in Google Sheets are the fundamental numbers, rates, numbers that utilization logical documentation, money, and date and time. You can see them when you click the Arrangement choice in the main menu and afterward click on Number. You can likewise define custom organizations.

## Using TO_TEXT() Function

The least difficult method for Convert Number to Words in Google Sheets is to utilize the TO_TEXT() capability. It just expects you to point to the phone containing the number to converted to string. It will save the formatting that you can find in that original cell.

## Using TEXT() Function: Date and Time

In the event that you need greater adaptability, you can utilize the TEXT() capability. It expects you to point to the phone containing the number, and define how that number is converted to string. For our model above, if we need to change the date 9/24/1978 into Sept 24, 1978, we define it as mmm dd, yyyy. So we compose the recipe as =TEXT(H2, “mmm dd, yyyy”) :

There are more ways of writing date and time. You can actually take a look at the choices beneath:

### Formats for Date

• =TEXT(A3, “mmm. dd, yyyy”)
• Jun. 24, 1998
• =TEXT(A3, “mmmm dd, yyyy”)
• June 24, 1998
• =TEXT(A3, “dd mm yyyy”)
• 24 06 1998
• =TEXT(A3, “dd mm yy”)
• 24 06 98
• =TEXT(A3, “dd mmm yyyy”)
• 24 Jun 1998

### Formats for Time

• =TEXT(A9,”hh:mm AM/PM”)
• 02:55 PM
• =TEXT(A9,”hh:mm”)
• 14:55

For displaying monetary standards and rates, we utilize the images # and 0. The two of them act as number placeholders, however the image 0 adds a zero to the number on the off chance that there are less digits than expected in the number. On the off chance that the arrangement indicates less digits than included, Convert Number to Words in Google Sheets will automatically adjust it. Here is a few models:

### Formats for Decimals

• =TEXT(A13, “###.000”)
• 275.665
• =TEXT(A13, “###.0”)
• 275.7
• =TEXT(A13, “0000.000”)
• 0275.665
• =TEXT(A13, “###”)
• 276

### Formats for Percent

• =TEXT(A18,”0.000%”)
• 6.746%
• =TEXT(A18,”0%”)
• 7%

### Format for Currency

• =TEXT(A21,”\$####.##”)
• \$7259.25‍

## Remember to Do This!

Presently you have seen an instances of Convert Number to Words in Google Sheets. Since they use equations to convert the numbers to string, remember to convert them to static qualities. You can follow the tutorial here.