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# Formulas in Excel 1 – Round Numbers in Excel with Round Function to the Nearest Decimal or Integer

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Round numbers in Excel using the Round Function. You will learn how to round a number to the nearest integer, to a specified number of decimals, as well as to a specified number of integers. This is a great tutorial to view to learn how to deal with numbers in Microsoft Excel and will save you a lot of time when manipulating numbers in Excel.

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One Problem, I don't want the number to appear in a different cell, I want it to the number in a cell with the result being in the same cell.

I type 500 in excel and auto changes to 5.00 will some solve this problem

Can you let me know who to convert these decimal numbers to percentage ?

Hey , can we roundup to nearest 5 ?

I know it has been a decade since this video is uploaded, but how do I go to nearest (.99) ?

Why do you keep getting .0000 ??? .000000 ???

Hi mate, what if you don't deal with decimals ? What if you have 119 or 121 and you want to round it to 120? How you gonna do it?

234576 iske liye formula ???

This is so helpful thank you

Thank you.

Am really grateful! You save my time and my life as well 🙂

thank u so much my problem is solved

Great vedio sir

Thank you very much. You have saved me a lot of time. I wish I had seen this earlier.

Thank you very much. You have saved me a lot of time. i wish I had seen this earlier.

Thanx

How to
=G43*L27 Round to nearest whole number, no decimal???

thank you very much sir

Thanks for this Video.
While calculating salary increment we round up to next tens if the amount is like 8932 or 8407 or 8159
BUT
if the amount calculated is 8930.135 then we keep it to 8930 only.
Here the [roundup(number, -1)] formula is calculating 8930.135 as 8940 too.

Did you ever think that perhaps we don't want all those useless zeroes after the decimal point?

This is great thank you so much!

your audio is very low. you should reload this again with better audio

What's the rounding mode of round function? Is it ceiling?

thanks

You helped me a lot, I wasted 1 hour trying to know how to adjust the number, with your video it take it less than 1 min, Thank you very much

Hi, can we round the decimal on top of =SUM(A1,A2) formula?

great video straight to the point and easy to understand. Thank you vm! I subscribed.

WHAT IF I HAVE A FLEET OF VEHICLES AND EACH HAS A 17 DIGIT VIN NUMBER BUT I ONLY WANT TO SEE THE LAST 6 DIGITS OF THAT #? CAN YOU HELP