ROUNDUP problem

sax

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Hi,
I have multiple entries with numbers like 68817, 35785 etc.
What I would like to do is to round up all numbers to the nearest 50 or 100, for example 68817 will be 68850 and 35785 will be 35800.
I have tried various combinations with ROUND UP and ROUND finctions but I am missing something.
Thanks in advance
 

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sax

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Thanks a million, works great.
I've never heard of CEILING function.
Thanks once more :)
 

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