CU*BASE Report Builder (Query)
Define Numeric Field Editing
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This feature is used to choose a format for the data that will appear on the final Query report. Examples include:
Date fields can appear with various separators, such as 05/01/03 or 05-01-03.
Dollar amount fields can appear with commas and a currency symbol in front, such as $1,320.02.
Percentages can appear with a percent sign on the right, such as 2.309%.
Social Security numbers can appear with dashes, such as 389-55-2939.
Account numbers can be formatted to appear without commas.
Account suffixes can be formatted to show all leading zeros (i.e., “001” instead of “1” for a share draft account type).
This first screen shows field specifications and provides four different editing options:
= Numeric Editing (1)
Use this option for fields which contain quantities or dollar amounts.
or Time Editing (2)
Use this option for fields which contain dates or times.
Use this option to choose from a list of pre-defined formats.
Use this option to add characters such as dashes or parenthesis to the data in a field. A common use for this option is to add dashes in a Social Security number or phone number field.
Select the desired option and use Enter to proceed to the next screen.
Formatting Dollar Amounts
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