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LibreOffice uses thousand separator defined for chosen locale. You cannot redefine it in mask (any character that has no special meaning is output verbatim). You may, however, choose different locale for a cell range, or (preferably) for a cell style. If you choose Armenian, I suppose, it will provide you with the thousand and decimal separators you need.

LibreOffice uses thousand separator defined for chosen locale. You cannot redefine it in mask (any character that has no special meaning is output verbatim). You may, however, choose different locale for a cell range, or (preferably) for a cell style. If you choose Armenian, I suppose, it will provide you with the thousand and decimal separators you need.

If you use default locale, LO should also use system-level settings, so defining thousand separator in your system as space may help.

LibreOffice uses thousand separator defined for chosen locale. You cannot redefine it in mask (any character that has no special meaning is output verbatim). You may, however, choose different locale for a cell range, or (preferably) for a cell style. If you choose Armenian, I suppose, it will provide you with the thousand and decimal separators you need.

If you use default locale, LO should also use system-level settings, so defining thousand separator in your system as space may help.

LibreOffice uses thousand separator defined for chosen locale. You cannot redefine it in mask (any character that has no special meaning is output verbatim). You may, however, choose different locale for a cell range, or (preferably) for a cell style. If you choose Armenian, I suppose, it will provide you with the thousand and decimal separators you need.

Also, for default locale, setting system thousand separator to space may work for you.