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Old January 27th 05, 01:51 AM
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Is there a way to multiply by a value in a cell, but only by the whole number?

So if a cell's value is 2.2143, and I multiply by another cell with a value
of 2, I want the result to be 4 (not rounded). Can this be done?

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Old January 27th 05, 02:03 AM
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You can use the INT function. e.g

=Int(A1)+A2

Assuming 2.2143 is in A1 and 2 is in A2

Hope that helps

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"Jake" wrote:

Is there a way to multiply by a value in a cell, but only by the whole number?

So if a cell's value is 2.2143, and I multiply by another cell with a value
of 2, I want the result to be 4 (not rounded). Can this be done?



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