# Custom Data Validation Formula To Limit Cell Value To Maximum Of 4 Decimal Places

Mar 5, 2009
I require a custom data validation formula to limit cell value to maximum of 4 decimal places.

0.0001 ok

0.02 ok

0.3 ok

0.12345 fail

0.123456 fail etc

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May 29, 2014

content from form is captured via formulas to a CIMLoad format on another tab

Users keep entering four to six decimal places in weight value

I need to limit the cell to either whole numbers, or a maximum of 2 decimal places

The cell is formatted to two decimal places, but when you activate the cell it shows the full value they entered, and so does my CIMLoad

How to I limit the value in this cell to whole numbers or numbers with a maximum of two decimal places?

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May 14, 2014

How do you restrict a user to only be able to enter up to 2 decimal places in a cell without it automatically rounding for them?

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Oct 14, 2013

Is there a way I can get excel (2007) to limit itself to 2 decimal places for all numbers entered? So effectively I don't want use the formulas TRUNC or ROUND (or any other formula) but I would like rather excel to behave like my calculator where I can limit the decimals to 2 no matter how many I input.

In other words, every time a input a number, excel will round it up automatically to 2 decimal places and the number available will have 2 decimals only. Is there any option hidden somewhere in the Excel options that I couldn't find?

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Jan 25, 2014

Can I limit the text length in a cell that contains a formula? You may say "Limit the text length in the input cell". That can't be done because the formula in the resultant cell takes text from two other cells in addition to the input cell. I need to limit the overall text length to, let say, 50 characters.

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Feb 27, 2014

I need a formula to take a number with several decimal places and round it up to two decimal places to either .33, .66 or, .00 if its above .66.

For example, 4.23423423423423 will be 4.33

4.43453453533434 will be 4.66

4.8353453453 will be 5.00

Lets say the number is in cell A1. What formula would do this?

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Aug 22, 2009

If you look at the attached file in Column E line 47 you will see that it displays

373.97. However if you look in the formula bar it shows 373.9694. I am trying to make it so that the formula bar shows the same number as in the cell. Any idea on how to do this? I have tried everything I know how to do, which is not much.

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May 26, 2009

i have lets say a table with rows that contain the following data.

SKU - PRICE - SALEPRICE - DESCRIPTION - SALEDESCRIPTION

What I am trying to do, is to make a concat formula that says:

SALEDESCRIPTION = DESCRIPTION+price was+PRICE+now+SALEPRICE

In essence so that i can simply pull down the formula, and all our product descriptions have 'special offer, was xx (price) is now xx (sale price).

This works fine, except that in the SALEDESCRIPTION, the amounts from the price and saleprice fields are being brought over without decimal places and without currency symbol.

I have tried formatting those two columns as currency or accounting but neither works.

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Jun 22, 2009

I am converting values from SAE to Metric and wish to retain the decimal places of the SAE value before converting.

My code below converts nicely but doesnt maintain decimal places.

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Jan 16, 2010

What do I need to add to this code to set the decimal places to zero?

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Dec 1, 2012

Is it possible to add a data validation to a cell which restricts the user from inputting more than 2 decimal places?

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Aug 13, 2009

I have a vba macro that takes data from one workbook and pastes it into another workbook. In doing this I have declared a few variables of type single (I only need two decimal precision). However, when I copy the values from the cells on the source workbook and paste them into the target workbook, the numbers end up having 12 decimal places. Ultimately, this extra precision causes my totals to be off by .01 or more after a while. I have tried rounding the number as I pull it off the source workbook into the variable, but that didn't matter. How do I solve this problem? Code for pulling data from source workbook:...

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Dec 9, 2011

I am in the process of creating a template in excel with certain restrictions on the information that can be added to it. I've hunted several sites and forums to try and find a solution but find it difficult to see the best ones for my project. The template is roughly made up of say 10 references to large boxes, each box can hold smaller boxes. The smaller boxes vary in size. For example the large box is 60 inches long smaller boxes vary between 20 inches and 40 inches, can excel be made to tell me an error if i try to put 2 x 40 boxes in columns refering to 1 of the larger boxes as it exceed the maximum length of 60 inches?

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Dec 11, 2008

I am doing some calculations via Excel, and I have found that I get different results using a calculator. I know that by formatting the number, I can show as many or as little decimal places as I like in any cell, but can anyone tell me how many decimal places Excel actually uses when it's carrying out calculations? I have a feeling that the Excel results I'm getting might be more accurate than my calculator ones.

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Feb 24, 2010

if I change the formatting of a cell to 2 decimal places, it appears as two decimal places (as it should) for example $88.88888 will show as $88.88

However, when I use this data in another application that displays this data it will display as 88.88888 still. I need to actually take the value and truncate it to 88.88 eg 8.8888888 will become 8.88

I have been using trunc by hand and wanted to try and find out if there is a way that I could write some sort of macro to do this for me each time.

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Oct 23, 2008

How do I stop a user from entering more than 2 decimal places?

If I format the cell to "0.00" I can still type in 1234.1234 and it will display 1234.12.

If I select that cell, the value in the formula bar is still 1234.1234.

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Jul 27, 2007

Is there a function in VBA that lets me increment or decrement the number of decimals of a particular cell? let's say i got a cell value of 7.123456 but excel only displays 7 on the cell. What if i want excel to display only 7.123? How can I specify the number of decimals i want on a particular cell (in this case 3)

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Jun 10, 2009

I need to convert a column of numbers currently formatted with 2 decimal places e.g. 112.12 to 4 decimal places (without the decimal point). I need the end result to be 1121200. I've tried a few different suggestions given on the forum previously but can't seem to retain the 4 decimal places that I require.

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May 10, 2014

AVERAGEIFS(X$2:X$1000,$AT$2:$AT$1000,1)& TEXT(BE2/BD2," 0%")

The formula is working , but the result is : 3.50239234449761 58% Formatting the cell did not work. Can these decimals be slashed?

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Dec 3, 2013

I have a list of cells that has two values concatenated. The first I would like to round to 2 decimal places, and the second is always a integer

Consider this formula..

Code:

=IF(SUMIFS('Analysis Data'!$I$5:$I$1840,'Analysis Data'!$C$5:$C$1840,3,'Analysis Data'!$E$5:$E$1840,1)=0,0,SUMIFS('Analysis Data'!$I$5:$I$1840,'Analysis Data'!$C$5:$C$1840,3,'Analysis Data'!$E$5:$E$1840,1)/COUNTIFS('Analysis Data'!$C$5:$C$1840,3,'Analysis Data'!$E$5:$E$1840,1,'Analysis Data'!$I$5:$I$1840,">0"))

&"("&COUNTIFS('Analysis Data'!$C$5:$C$1840,3,'Analysis Data'!$E$5:$E$1840,1,'Analysis Data'!$I$5:$I$1840,">0")&")"

In one cell this yields the value;

2.42553191489362(47)

In another it yields 2.975(40)

and so on..

I would like to format it to display as 2.43(47) and 2.98(40)

FWIW this means average of 2.43 games refereed per session in 47 sessions of refereeing.

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Jan 24, 2014

When you want to use Data Validation to limit the entry of the number of characters to a cell does this apply only to the cell that you are entering the characters or can it also apply to a cell that contains a LEN(A1) formula, for instance? Also,does the Data Validation limitation function includes spaces as well? Will the message appear while you are entering the characters (when it has reached the limit) or will it wait until you have hit Enter?

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Apr 15, 2008

I have a pivot table of values displaying agency's performance based on their sales percentage to target. When the race is 'loose', and all companies are 1 or more percentage point away from each other, I format the values without decimal places. If two agencies appear tied, I add a decimal place to seperate them. Occasionally the race is really tight and I have to increase the format to two decimal places to seperate them. how to do this automatically?

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Jan 13, 2009

I was wondering if there was a way of reducing the maximum characters allowed in a cell reference.

I am creating a form which Bank details need to be entered and would like to only allow a possible 16 characters.

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Aug 5, 2013

I was going to use the following to test that a number has no more than two decimal places,

Code:

If Int(ActiveCell.Offset(0, 8) * 100) ActiveCell.Offset(0, 8) * 100 Then

However it is rather mysteringly failing when activecell = 16.99 or 17.99; on testing it appears that vba is evaluating Int(ActiveCell.Offset(0, 8) * 100) to equal 1698 or 1798

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Aug 2, 2006

I am facing a problem with Excel's Concatenate function. I am trying to make a text string with numbers from a cell. =CONCATENATE( "price paid= ", D23). D23 is a numreric cell, formatted for one decimal place. However, the text produced by above function is showing me two decimal places of the number in D23.

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Sep 4, 2006

I am creating a Daily Cash Count worksheet for a business to do their daily closeout paperwork. What I am trying to do is automatically apply decimal formatting to a cell. Examples, if they count 60 cents in nickles and enter 60 in the cell, it automatically converts it to .60. And if they count 7.50 cents in quarters and enter 750 in cell it automatically would convert it to 7.50.

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Oct 16, 2006

I'm trying to work out a formula in excel which requires me to use Pi to over 30 decimal places. Excel will only let me have 30 decimal places of Pi whether I copy and paste it as a number or use its Pi function and even then seems to round up. Is there any way I can get more than 30 decimal places for this calculation? If not in excel then can anyone suggest another programme that may be capable of this? You can post here or contact me at [email=" Deleted by Jack in the UK[/EMAIL]

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Nov 30, 2006

Is it possible to apply some kind of formatting to a range, that will force all numbers entered into that range to have the same number of decimal places as the cell with the maximum number of decimal places?

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Jun 6, 2007

Everytime I enter a number, excel automatically converts it to a decimal number.

I type 1 in a cell (or formula box)

Excel returns the value as 0.1

I think it may have to do with the FIX box highlighted to the bottom of the screen. (To the right side of the NUM lock). (I can't paste a screen dump to show the FIX box position). how to remove the FIX box, and/or change excel so that I can enter in numbers normally.

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Aug 30, 2012

I need cell H18 to look at cell F4, and if the value in cell F4 is 'CFB', I need validation to limit the entry in cell H18 to the values in a named range 'pripro' to populate. That part I know how to do. (=pripro)

But if the value in F4 is CCP, I need H18 to allow anything. I'm having trouble adding this to the first part.

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