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I have a SharePoint List in which one column has Account numbers like 000000123456 000012345678 C00012345

Now I have to create a calculated Column which can display the above fields as 123456 12345678 C00012345.

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  • So, are you just looking to truncate the first several digits? Or what? Mar 27 '17 at 19:13
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See: http://www.viewmaster365.com/365coach/#/Calculated_Column_Functions_List

=TEXT(VALUE("000000123456"),"0")

=TEXT(VALUE("00000012345678"),"0")

returns the value as text (without thousands separator)

=VALUE("C00012345")

is an error, because its not a value

So the complete formula with a basefield MyValue:

=IF( ISERROR(VALUE(MyValue))  ,  MyValue  ,  TEXT(VALUE(MyValue),"0") )
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  • I appreciate your help. I am new to this stuff. Can you elaborate on MyValue. =TEXT(VALUE([Account Number]),"0") removes the zero's from Account Number column. Do I need to save it as one column (let's say Account Number 1, and then create another Calculated column with =IF( ISERROR(VALUE([Account Number 1])) , [Account Number 1] , TEXT(VALUE([Account Number 1]),"0") )?? Please give the formula exactly.
    – Kaushik
    Mar 27 '17 at 20:35
  • Yes, as by your example they remove the leading zeros. The Formula is exact as you replicate with you own Field. Start learning Formulas with Excel, much easier/faster Mar 28 '17 at 6:36

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