ROUND function in Excel

Excel Date and Time Functions return a dynamic date or time in a cell.

Calculate years between dates in Excel

If you want to calculated the number of years between two dates,  then this tutorials is for you. See example below; To calculated the number of years between two dates, you can use the YEARFRAC function, which will return a decimal number representing the fraction of a year between two dates. Here are a few examples… read more »

Round to nearest 1000 in Excel

This tutorials shows how to Round to nearest 1000 in Excel If you need to round a number to the nearest 1000, you can use the ROUND function and supply -3 for number of digits. Formula =ROUND(number,-3) Explanation In the example, cell C6 contains this formula: =ROUND(B6,-3) The value in B6 is 1,234,567 and the… read more »

Round a price to end in .99 in Excel

This tutorials shows how to  Round a price to end in .99 in Excel If you need to round prices so that they ended in the nearest, .99 value, you can use the ROUND function then subtract .01. Formula =ROUND(price,0)-0.01 Explanation The formula shown in the example is: =ROUND(B6,0)-0.01 With the value in B6 of… read more »

Round a number to n significant digits in Excel

This tutorials shows how to Round a number to n significant digits in Excel. If you need to round a number to a given (variable) number of specified digits or figures, you can do so with an elegant formula that uses the ROUND and LOG10 functions. Formula =ROUND(number,digits-(1+INT(LOG10(ABS(number))))) Explanation In the example shown, the formula… read more »

Excel Round a number Example

If you need to round a number in a normal fashion (i.e. round values of 5 or more up and values less than 5 down) you can use the ROUND function with a specified number of digits. This tutorials shows how to Round specific number in Excel. Formula =ROUND(number,digits) Explanation In the example, the formula in… read more »

Round numbers in Excel

This chapter illustrates three Mathematical functions ROUND, ROUNDUP and ROUNDDOWN. Navigation: Formula Tab → Function Library Group → Math & Trig Category Before your start: if you round a number, you lose precision. If you don’t want this, show fewer decimal places without changing the number itself. Round Syntax: ROUND(number, num_digits) 1. Round a number to two decimal places…. read more »

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