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Round price to end in .99
I want to raise prices by 5% and have the resulting price end in xxxx.99.
For example, my resulting price would be $15.67, I want the result to actually be $15.99. Any help? 
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Round price to end in .99
try =roundup(a1,0).01
assuming data to round is in cell a1 "Chip" wrote: I want to raise prices by 5% and have the resulting price end in xxxx.99. For example, my resulting price would be $15.67, I want the result to actually be $15.99. Any help? 
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Round price to end in .99
How about =round(price,0).01
"Chip" wrote: I want to raise prices by 5% and have the resulting price end in xxxx.99. For example, my resulting price would be $15.67, I want the result to actually be $15.99. Any help? 
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Round price to end in .99
On Mon, 17 Aug 2009 13:18:01 0700, Chip
wrote: I want to raise prices by 5% and have the resulting price end in xxxx.99. For example, my resulting price would be $15.67, I want the result to actually be $15.99. Any help? Try this formula: =ROUNDUP(A1,0)0.01 Hope this helps / LarsÅke 
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Round price to end in .99
Thanks.....it worked just as requested. I appreciate your help.
"LarsÃ…ke Aspelin" wrote: On Mon, 17 Aug 2009 13:18:01 0700, Chip wrote: I want to raise prices by 5% and have the resulting price end in xxxx.99. For example, my resulting price would be $15.67, I want the result to actually be $15.99. Any help? Try this formula: =ROUNDUP(A1,0)0.01 Hope this helps / LarsÃ…ke 
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Round price to end in .99
Check your other post.
Chip wrote: I want to raise prices by 5% and have the resulting price end in xxxx.99. For example, my resulting price would be $15.67, I want the result to actually be $15.99. Any help?  Dave Peterson 
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Round a price/number to end 90 or 900
Hello. Im trying to use Round function to round prices to end 900. I have 5 or 6 digit numbers without decimal ie ( 23450, 234500). When trying to use formula: =ROUND(AF2,0)0.01 excel give me an error:
Not trying to type a formula? When the first character is an equal (=) or minus () sign, Excel thinks it's a formula: • you type: =1+1, cell shows: 2 To get around this, type an apostrophe ( ' ) first: • you type: '=1+1, cell shows: =1+1 I need help with this formula. Tried all options. Thank you Marko 
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