ROUNDING UP TO NEXT QUARTER OR .25

GREYFOX

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Need to know how to write the formula that allows me to round up a price to the next quarter. All prices should end in .00, .25, .50 or .75.

Thanks,

Robert
 

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Ian Mac

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On 2002-09-18 15:15, GREYFOX wrote:
Need to know how to write the formula that allows me to round up a price to the next quarter. All prices should end in .00, .25, .50 or .75.

Thanks,

Robert

Hi Robert,

Welcome to the board.

If your value is in A1 use:

=CEILING(A1,0.25)

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