How to Round Off Decimal Values in Excel

To round off decimal values in Excel, you can use the “ROUND” function. Here are the steps:

  1. Open your Excel file: Launch Excel and open the file that contains the decimal values you want to round off.
  2. Select the cell(s) containing the decimal value(s): Click on the cell(s) containing the decimal value(s) you want to round off.
  3. Use the “ROUND” function: In the formula bar at the top of the screen, type “=ROUND(” followed by the cell reference containing the decimal value you want to round off, and then the number of decimal places you want to round to, followed by “)”. For example, if you want to round off a value in cell A1 to 2 decimal places, the formula would be “=ROUND(A1,2)”.
  4. Press Enter: Press Enter to apply the formula to the selected cell(s). The decimal value(s) will be rounded off to the specified number of decimal places.
  5. Copy the formula: To round off multiple decimal values in different cells, you can copy the formula to other cells by clicking and dragging the small square in the bottom right corner of the cell containing the formula.

That’s it! You can use the “ROUND” function to round off decimal values in Excel. Note that you can also use other rounding functions, such as “ROUNDUP” and “ROUNDDOWN”, depending on your specific needs.