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## PowerBI Matrix Format - Fixed Decimal Number

PowerBi Matrix displays the values with additional decimals although Query has adtional step to format the cells as Fixed Decimal Number (Currency \$).

How can I force the matrix to display only two digits?

Screenshot:

Thank you.

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Table:

You may create a measure like follows.

``Result = ROUND(SUM('Table'[Score]),2)``

Then you may make the measure selected, go to 'Modeling' ribbon, set 'Decimal places' as 2.

Result:

Best Regards

Allan

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Table:

You may create a measure like follows.

``Result = ROUND(SUM('Table'[Score]),2)``

Then you may make the measure selected, go to 'Modeling' ribbon, set 'Decimal places' as 2.

Result:

Best Regards

Allan

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Helper I

It was fixed only after rounding to zero digits. Thank you.

Helper I

PowerBi Matrix displays the values with additional decimals although Query has adtional step to format the cells as Fixed Decimal Number (Currency \$).

How can I force the matrix to display only two digits?

Screenshot:

Thank you.

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Try to change the format and decimal place. Sometimes it takes a few seconds to reflect.  Click on your field, column or measure and then use format and data type

Super User

One way is to click on the measure or value itself, then on the Measure Tools toolbar (this is the new ribbon), change the format to what you want and set the decimal places.

The other way is if it is a measure, wrap it with ROUND(YourMeasureHere,2) just like you would in Excel.

If it isn't a measure but a value you've dropped into a visual, this is one of the reasons you should always make measures for values, as you'll be limited to just visually changing it via the first method above, but underneath, it is keeping all of that small data around.

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