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how to multiply two values and round the result
I have a result of a function that multiplies two cells (currency and a
percent) that I would like rounded to the nearest dollar. Where do I tell excel to round the result? 
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Answer: how to multiply two values and round the result
To multiply two values and round the result in Excel, you can use the ROUND function. Here are the steps:
That's it! Excel will now multiply the two values and round the result to the nearest dollar. You can copy and paste the formula to other cells if you need to apply it to multiple rows or columns.
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how to multiply two values and round the result
=ROUND(your_formula,0)
 Regards, Peo Sjoblom "PirateJoe" wrote in message ... I have a result of a function that multiplies two cells (currency and a percent) that I would like rounded to the nearest dollar. Where do I tell excel to round the result? 
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how to multiply two values and round the result
Do you mean
=ROUND(A1*B1,2) If this post helps click Yes  Jacob Skaria "PirateJoe" wrote: I have a result of a function that multiplies two cells (currency and a percent) that I would like rounded to the nearest dollar. Where do I tell excel to round the result? 
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how to multiply two values and round the result
Hi PirateJoe,
=round(formula) then format the cell to display as currency.  If this post helps click Yes  Peggy Shepard "PirateJoe" wrote: I have a result of a function that multiplies two cells (currency and a percent) that I would like rounded to the nearest dollar. Where do I tell excel to round the result? 
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how to multiply two values and round the result
Try this:
=ROUND(A2*B2,0)  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "PirateJoe" wrote in message ... I have a result of a function that multiplies two cells (currency and a percent) that I would like rounded to the nearest dollar. Where do I tell excel to round the result? 
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how to multiply two values and round the result
Hi,
You can round the actual value using ROUND(A1,0) Or you can round the display by choosing Format, Cells, Number tab, currency, 0 decimal places.  If this helps, please click the Yes button. Cheers, Shane Devenshire "PirateJoe" wrote: I have a result of a function that multiplies two cells (currency and a percent) that I would like rounded to the nearest dollar. Where do I tell excel to round the result? 
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