Sometimes we need to put commas between numbers. It’s hard to understand a number’s identity at one glance when it’s very large, but by putting comma separators we can easily identify them. In this article, I’ll show you how Excel convert number to text with commas and we will be working in the following dataset.

## How to Convert Number to Text with Commas in Excel: 3 Easy Methods

### 1. Using FIXED Function to Convert Numbers to Text with Commas

One easy way to convert numbers to text in Excel is using **the FIXED function.** Let’s get to the process.

**Steps:**

- First, type the following formula in cell
**C5**.

`=FIXED(B5,0)`

Here, **the FIXED function** takes the number from cell **B5 **and converts it into a text with commas. It also puts **decimals **after a number by default. As we don’t want **decimals**, we put a **0 **(zero) into our formula.

- Now press the
**ENTER**button. You will see the number in cell**B5**converted to a text with commas.

- Now use the
**Fill Handle**to Auto-fill the formula to lower cells.

- Now to understand that these
**numbers**are converted to**text**, select the cells**B5**to**B11**and you will see a message at the bottom of your Excel sheet which will show you the**average**,**count**and**sum**of the data you selected.

- But, if you select the cells
**C5**to**C11**, you will see only the count of these data in that message. This implies that these data are converted to text.

This way, you can convert numbers to text with commas.

### 2. Applying TEXT Function to Convert Numbers to Text with Commas

Another valuable and easy-to-use function to convert numbers to text with commas is **the TEXT function**. It’s execution is pretty simple.

**Steps:**

- First, write the following formula in cell
**C5**.

`=TEXT(B5,"#,#")`

Here, **the TEXT function** converts the number into text format, but it would not put the commas in numbers if we didn’t use the **“#,#” **argument in the formula.

- Now hit the
**ENTER**button to see the output in cell**C5**.

- Use the
**Fill Handle**to**AutoFill**the lower cells.

By following this approach, you can convert numbers to textwith commas within a moment.

**Read More:** Excel Convert Number to Text with Leading Zeros

### 3. Converting Numbers to Text with Commas Using DOLLAR Function

If we want to keep currency as text, you can use **the DOLLAR function**. To apply this method, we can follow this procedure.

**Steps:**

- Type this formula in cell
**C5**.

`=DOLLAR(B5)`

Here **the DOLLAR function** takes the value of cell **B5 **and simply converts it** **into currency value. Moreover, It will show **2 decimal **values as I didn’t choose **0 **as **decimals**.

- Now hit the
**ENTER**button and you will have the number in cell**B5**converted to currency

- Now apply the
**Fill Handle**and it will**AutoFill**the lower cells.

This operation will convert the Numbers into Text format.

- Now to keep these numbers as text, select cells
**C5:C11**. - Then select
**Home**>>**Number**>>**Text**.

And then, you will see these **currency values **converted to **text** values.

By following this approach, you can convert numbers with currency values to text with commas.

**Read More: **How to Convert Number to Text with 2 Decimal Places in Excel

## Practice Section

Here I am giving you the dataset that I used to explain these methods. You can practice these methods on your own.

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## Conclusion

This article provides you with 3 easy methods to convert number to text with commas in Excel. I hope this will be helpful for you and it will be enough to solve your own problems. If you know easier methods ideas or feedback, please feel free to share them in the comment box.

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