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I've placed a formula in a cell, but the dollar sign shows directly to the
left of the number. I choose the option $#,##0.00;($#,##0.00).

Is there a way to use the Excel type accounting format where there are
spaces between the dollar sign and the numbers so the dollar signs line up
evenly against the left side of the cell?


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