MROUND Question

legalk

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Hi Guys

I hope someone can help.

I have a number that is 123 and I was to round that to the nearest 25 - BUT NOT more than the initial 123 - so in this case is should be 100.

Does anyone have any advice - I am currently using MROUND but it does round over the initial amount, and I have looked all over the place.

Many Thanks

Ken.
 

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a7n9

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Hello and welcome to the board,

You can use:
Code:
=FLOOR(123,25)
 
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