If you don’t want to display decimal values in Excel, you can simplify your numeric data with the ROUND functions. Excel provides three functions: ROUND, ROUNDUP, and ROUNDDOWN. Let’s see how they work.

Using the ROUND functions in Excel is different from changing the format of numbers. When you change the way numbers are formatted, you only change how the workbook looks. When you change numbers with the ROUND functions, you change the look and store it.

The ROUND function rounds the number to a specified number of decimal places. It rounds a number down if the digit in the next decimal place to the right is between 0 and 4, and it rounds up if that digit is five to nine. And as you might expect, the ROUNDUP function always rounds down, and the ROUNDDOWN function always rounds down.

The ROUND function in Excel rounds a number to a specified number of digits. The ROUND function rounds up or down. 1, 2, 3, and 4 are rounded down. 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are rounded up.

How to round integers in Excel using the Round function

1. Example: round a number to three decimal places.

Note: 114,726 1 , 114,726 2 , 114,726 3 and 114,726 4 are rounded down to 114,726 and 114,726 5 , 114,726 6 , 114,726 7 , 114,726 8 and 114,726 9 rounded to 114,727.

2. Round the number to two decimal places.

3. Round the number to one decimal place.

4. Round a number to the nearest integer.

5. Round a number to the nearest ten digits.

6. Round a number to the nearest 100.

7. Round a number to the nearest 1000.

8. Round negative numbers to one decimal place.

9. Round negative numbers to the nearest integer.

How to round up in Excel using the RoundUp function

1. Example: round a number up to three decimal places.

Note: 114,726 1 , 114,726 2 , 114,726 3 , 114,726 4 , 114,726 5 , 114,726 6 , 114,726 7 , 114,726 8 and 114,726 9 rounded up to 114,727.

2. Round the number up to two decimal places.

3. Round a number up to one decimal place.

4. Round a number up to the 10

5. Round a number up to the nearest 10.

6. Round the number up to the nearest 100.

7. Round a number up to the nearest 1000.

8. Round negative numbers up to one decimal place.

Note: remember, the ROUNDUP function rounds the number up (away from 0).

9. Round negative numbers up to the nearest integer.

Note: again, the ROUNDUP function rounds the number up (away from 0).

How to round down in Excel using the RoundDown function

The ROUNDDOWN function in Excel always rounds numbers down (to zero). 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are rounded down.

1. Example: round a number down to three decimal places.

Note: 114,726 1 , 114,726 2 , 114,726 3 , 114,726 4 , 114,726 5 , 114,726 6 , 114,726 7 , 114,726 8 and 114,726 9 rounded down to 114,726.

2. Round the number down to two decimal places.

3. Round a number down to one decimal place.

4. Round a number down to the nearest integer.

5. Round the number down to the nearest ten digits.

6. Round a number down to the nearest 100.

7. Round a number down to the nearest 1000.

8. Round negative numbers down to one decimal place.

Note: remember, the ROUNDDOWN function rounds a number down (to 0).

9. Round negative numbers down to the nearest integer.

Note: again, the ROUNDDOWN function rounds a number down (to zero).