FormatNum 

2000.05.06 
http://www.barefeetware.com/appleworks/formatnum/ 

Description 
This “FormatNum” AppleWorks function script translates a numeric formula result into the equivalent text string. 

See the scripts page for general installation and usage information. 

by Neil Taylor 
This script was not developed by BareFeetWare. Contact the author directly with any questions and feedback. 

Download the script from here. 

Detail© 2000 BareFeetWare
FormatNum is a function script that takes a numeric formula and returns that number as the text version.Samples
It takes the form:
=MACRO("Formatnum",2,"astext", formula)
Formula is any formula which returns a numeric value. The function will return a text string containing the wordy form of the number.
If a formula calculates out to 123456.789 the MACRO("Formatnum" ...) function script will return: “one hundred twenty three thousand, four hundred fifty six point 789”.Limitations
More examples:
input
MACRO("Formatnum",2,"astext", input+0) 10 ten 25000.56 twenty five thousand, point 56 47 fourty seven 100000000 one hundred million 200000094 two hundred million, ninety four Zero
Numbers above a quadrillion (1,000,000,000) will not be calculated. “Formula” cannot be just a cell number (limitation of AppleWorks 5.0) it must be a formula. The workaround for it is to, for example, add zero (A1+0 instead of just A1).Requirements
This script works with AppleWorks 5. It has not been tested with AppleWorks 6.