I want round off number to be with the decimals (usually decimals r discarded for round off feature). I ll be able to explain better with an example.

10.36+10.36= 20.72. If i round it up, it vl be 21.
what i am tryin is to get 21.00 after round off.

I prepare my bills in excel and after total of all products, if i get a decimal number, I would like it be rounded off to whole number with decimal and 00 at the end (eg. 21.00 instead of 21.27 or 22.00 instead of 21.77). I tried to change decimals but when I select 2 decimal places, it gives me the actual fig(eg. 21.27 instead of 21.00)

I am already using =sum for the total so cannot use another formula (as far as i know, 1 cell can have only 1 formula. Dunno if multiple can be used in a single cell).

I am trying to round up the total sum of time to the quarter hour. I enter time in fields as follows:

WORKSHEET SETUP: Column B: Time I begin working Column C: Time I end working Column D: Total time C minus B Cell format for columns B and C: H:MM AM/PM Cell format for calculated field in column D: H:MM Calculation, column D to show total time on a daily basis: =IF(C6>0,C6-B6,"")

However, I want to calculate total time per month in decimals, rounded up to the nearest quarter hour.

Example:

I worked 5 minutes (I do not want to reflect 15 minutes for five minutes of work). When I total time for the entire month (total daily time in column D), I would like that total to reflect total Hours:Minutes rounded up the quarter hour - but in decimals!

Assuming this is possible, how should I format cells, and what would the formula be for the total of hours per month?

For this example, A1 is the given at 19.875 I am trying to get A2 to net a result of 19.5. A2 is to net that result by searching through cells B1:B14 and finding the nearest equal or lower number. If A1 is less than 13.5 a result of "error" should be generated in A2.

I am having an issue with number format in my VBA code. The entire column of column D is format as ###.0000 (4 decimals places). There are certains cells which require zero decimal places. I am using the following bit of code, but it is not working correctly. It is still formatting the cell as 4 decimal places.

I’m using this code to change the value of an active cell with a spinner named: 1.

Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) Dim lNum As Long If IsNumeric(Target) Then lNum = Target If lNum = Target And Target >= 0 Then With Me.Shapes("1").ControlFormat .LinkedCell = vbNullString .Value = Target .LinkedCell = Target.Address End With Else Me.Shapes("1").ControlFormat.LinkedCell = vbNullString End If End If End Sub

The problem is, that whenever I click or activate a cell its value automatically changes to 0. The spinner works just fine modifying the value of the activated cell. The problem is that this code somehow causes all the decimals such as 0,3 0,1 or 0,8, entered manually, to change to 0. This way only integral numbers, such as 1, 45 or 100 are accepted. I must truly say I have no [no need to swear - mod] idea how to fix these problems meaning the automatically inserted 0 and the fact that the sheet doesn’t accept decimals changing them to an integral number.

I'm trying to create a formula which will allow me to do the following

1. Enter the number of jobs received 2. Divide it by the staff available without ending up with decimals.

As an example. Say I have 60 jobs to be allocated and there are 13 peeps to distribute them to I'm currently getting 4.62. What I need to do is make sure that the jobs are only issued as whole numbers. E.g 5 peeps gets 4 and 8 get 5. I also need to factor in jobs on hand etc but I have already cracked this.

rounding the numbers. I am working on a quote in which quantity is arrived by dividing the sell price by Total sell price. The condition is the result (quantity) should always be a whole number, I can achieve that by cell formatting but when the calculation is done using handheld calculator the results are different.

I need the result to be same if using excel or handheld device i.e quantity in whole number.

I am thinking this is either not possible or would be an If Then type formula but way beyond my knowledge.

The reason I want to do this is becaue if my student has a 79.5 avg for instance I would normally round to 80. However if they are off by just .1 (ex 79.4) i still want to give them the 80 and then I decided to make it within .2 (ex. 79.3.)

I am trying to convert Degrees Minutes & Decimals of a minute (12° 34.567') to Degrees and decimals of a degree (12.57611°). I have the formula to convert latitude, that is two digits, but it doesn't want to work with longitudes, three digits. (see attachment). This is the formula that I am using:

i want to do something that should be relatively simple, and yet it is not... has me stumped. what i'm doing: taking a range of numbers... from 1-19, 20-39, and so on, and using a vlookup function to pin a rating for said value off a reference table. heres a example of what i'm doing: A | B 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 ... ... 19 1 20 2 ... ... 40 3...................

the problem i have is that if i have 14 in cell k6 and 1=10 in d6 the answer i get is 1.40 what i need the formular to do is always round it up to the highest number ie 2 not 1.4

I have a number in a cell (12.34) I wish to copy this number into a user form textbox. I can copy the number, however it is about 6 places behind the decimal point. How can I round the number going into a textbox to 2 places?

I work in a finance dept and we often need to divide our numbers into 12 months but I need to only work with whole numbers, not decimals. Is there a way for example of forcing either in a formula or with VBA code to get 10,000 to divide equally by 12 months? At the moment it comes out at 833.333333. What I want is something that randomly assigns 833 to any one of the 11 months of the year and for the other remaining month put in the difference which is 837 to get the total to add up to 10,000exactly.

I am trying to round a number to next multiple of 10 with condition i.e. for example if number is 1230.56 then it should round off to 1230 but if the unit number is more than zero i.e. 1231.56 then it should round off to 1240.

That means the main number should round off to next multiple of 10 only if unit number is equal to or more than 1.

Example 120.11 should round off to 120 121 to 130 120.99 to 120 119 to 120 and so on

I guess I have an odd rounding up query. I want to know if its possible to make excel round up a number to the nearest number from within a list of numbers.

For instance my list could be

10 12 15 17 19 22 25 30 35 42

The numbers arent odds or evens or multiples of anything so I'm guessing there won't be an inbuilt function to do this but is there anyway I could get to the answer in a more round about way with helper calculations??

I work in a finance dept and we often need to divide our numbers into 12 months but I need to only work with whole numbers, not decimals. Is there a way for example of forcing either in a formula or with VBA code to get 10,000 to divide equally by 12 months? At the moment it comes out at 833.333333. What I want is something that randomly assigns 833 to any one of the 11 months of the year and for the other remaining month put in the difference which is 837 to get the total to add up to 10,000exactly.

It's been awhile since I've done this...and I tried searching for the solution but to no avail.

I'm trying to edit the contents of a series of numbers by using the Rounding function. When I execute my macro on the next cell, it uses the value of the original cell when the macro was created. Here's a copy of my macro:

Sub RoundTest() ' ' RoundTest Macro ' Macro recorded 7/26/2007 by Aramark Uniform Services ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+l ' ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=ROUND(2103.86,0)" ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Range("A1").Select End Sub

I'm trying to do a simple calculation of the # of hours between 2 times, rounded up to the nearest hours. Somehow along the way I've ended up with this massive formula below, which is doing what it's supposed to do except for certain cases (like the one in the attached file...where it says the difference between 2am and 3am is 2 hours) =ROUNDUP(IF(B2="",0,IF(A2="",0,(IF(B2<A2,((((B2+1)-A2)*1440)/60),(((B2-A2)*1440)/60))))),0)

I receive a list of numbers that are rounded to three decimal places. I need to round them to two decimals - here's the catch - if the third decimal is a 9, it needs to go up, otherwise, 1-8 need to round down.

the way my spreadsheet's set up so far is that each employee should have a goal of, say, 100 for how many people they need to sign up. But they each have specific geographic breakdowns in their turf, some of which might be bigger or smaller than others, but at the end should all add up to 100 for each employee.

It's not super hard to do since I just take a goal of 100, in this example, and multiply it by the percent of population of the area in their overall assignment and give them a goal for that area based on that. So if Philadelphia has 70% of their total population, Upper Darby has 20% of their total population, and Phoenixville has 10% of their total population -- the goals would come out like this:

For some of the employees, that works out perfectly -- but based on the population sizes, the rounding sometimes gets a little off and it could end up like this:

For most employees, it ends up being dead-on 100 -- but there are some whose totals are at 98 or 99 or 101, and I was wondering if there was a way to force it to shave a point off or add a point on somewhere, pending on how close the decimal was when it rounded to make sure that it always ends up exactly on 100. (I'm using 'Data >> Subtotals' to get what's being represented above as "Ryan, Total Goal.")

I have a cell that is going to be used for the quantity of a certain item. I would like to dummy proof this sheet as much as possible so that if someone puts in 21.5, that it will do something like change the value to either 21 or 22, since there can't really be a .5 of this item.