Rounding up decimals

seanotter

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How do I go about rounding up existing and future decimals to the nearest integer? I have a lot of worksheets I need to do this on and I can't seem to find an easy way to do it. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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PaddyD

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Hi,

I assume you don't mean something as straightforward as =abs() or =roundup(), but that you need to change the decimal precision across your entire worksheet. If this is the case, set the cells to display the required number of decimal places (or none, if thats what you need), then go to tools | options | calculation tab & select precision as displayed.

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