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How to Round to Nearest 1000

We can round a number to the nearest 1000 with the ROUND function. The steps below will walk you through the process.

Figure 1: How to Round to Nearest 1000

Syntax

=ROUND(number, num_digits)

Formula

=ROUND(A4,-3)

Setting up the Data

  • We will input the numbers in Column A as shown below
  • The results will be displayed in the empty cells of Column B

Figure 2: Data on Round to the Nearest 1000

Round to the Nearest 1000

  • We will click on Cell B4 and input the formula below

=ROUND(A4,-3)

Figure 3: How to Round to Nearest 1000

  • We will press the enter key and drag down with the drop-down feature to get the values for the remaining cells

Figure 4: Result of Numbers Round to Nearest 1000

Explanation

The ROUND function works by rounding the number in the specified cell to the number of digits that have been specified.

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