What Is a Currency Code?

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Currency code is a code that is used to indicate in which currency the yearly sales volume, profits and loss, net worth are expressed. For example the international standard is ISO 4217.
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The internationally standardized three-letter abbreviation for a country's currency. Investopedia Says: For example, the ISO Currency Code for the United States Dollar would be USD.
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1. Select the cell or cells in your spreadsheet in which you wish to change the currency codes. 2. Click on the "Home" tab at the top of the page to ...
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