Figure 1. of Round a Number to Nearest Multiple in Excel.
Let’s say we have to round a number value to the nearest multiple specified by us. Simply put, we wish to round a number to the nearest multiple of 5, 10, 0.10, $, and so on.
We will be making use of the Excel MROUND Function.
This will instruct Excel to pick the number value in a cell to be rounded to a specific multiple.
How to use the MROUND Function in Excel
We are going to utilize the Excel MROUND Function in three simple steps!
- Set up our worksheet by inputting the number value for rounding repeatedly into the cells of a column. Provide a separate column to specify the various multiples. Label yet another column for our output.
See example illustrated below;
Figure 2. of Input, Multiple and Output.
- The formula which we will enter into the formula bar for cell C2 of our worksheet, is as follows;
Figure 3. of Round a Number to Nearest Multiple in Excel.
- Modify and copy the formula in cell C2 above, into the other cells in the OUTPUT column to get the desired results.
Figure 4. of Round a Number to Nearest Multiple in Excel.
The Excel MROUND Function for rounding a wide variety of number values like time, prices and instrument readings.
Figure 5. of Final Result.
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