# How do I round numbers in Excel?

## How do I round numbers in Excel?

Head to Formulas > Math & Trig, and then choose either the “ROUNDUP” or “ROUNDDOWN” function from the dropdown menu. Enter the number (or cell) you want to round in the “Number” field. Enter the number of digits to which you want to round in the “Num_digits” field. And the same rules apply as with the ROUND function.

**Is there an Excel formula to round up?**

The Excel ROUNDUP function returns a number rounded up to a given number of decimal places. A rounded number. =ROUNDUP (number, num_digits) number – The number to round up.

### How do you round a function in Excel?

Click on Formulas tab. Select Math & Trig Option. Select ROUND Function from the above drop-down menu list. After clicking on ROUND Function, it will open a pop-up for function arguments: Under number field, enter a number which needs to be round. Under num_digit field, enter a number of digits to which you want to round.

**How do you set rounding in Excel?**

Follow the below given steps to set rounding precision in Microsoft Excel: Open your work sheet in Microsoft Excel on your computer. Click File> Options. Click “OK” and then select the cells that you want to format in the worksheet. In the “Decimal places” box, enter the number of decimal places that you want to display in your excel sheet.

#### How do you round millions in Excel?

For example you need to round numbers to millions, you can select a blank cell beside original number, type the formula =ROUND(A2,-6) (A2 is the number you will round to million) into it, and then drag this cell’s AutoFill Handle to the range as you need.

**What is the formula for rounding in Excel?**

The ROUND function rounds a number to a specified number of digits. For example, if cell A1 contains 23.7825, and you want to round that value to two decimal places, you can use the following formula: =ROUND(A1, 2) The result of this function is 23.78.