Code to cut decimal points in HTML print format

Hi, I wanted to ask for help from this forum for advice on specific code that can be added to the custom HTML print formats that would reduce the number of decimal points printed (to basically none).  We currently have our system set up at 6 decimal points for tax accuracy but would like to hide the decimals when printing reports to avoid confusion.

Any help appreciated. Thanks.



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Laurence,

If you have a custom client side format, you can use

<script>format_number(doc.rate,null,2)</script>

where you want to push the value.

best,
Rushabh



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On 03-Sep-2013, at 12:45 PM, lxnow <la...@union.ph> wrote:

Hi, I wanted to ask for help from this forum for advice on specific code that can be added to the custom HTML print formats that would reduce the number of decimal points printed (to basically none).  We currently have our system set up at 6 decimal points for tax accuracy but would like to hide the decimals when printing reports to avoid confusion.

Any help appreciated. Thanks.



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