Round a price to end in 900

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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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don (rep: 1492) Nov 20, '18 at 5:14 pm
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The function below will always produce a number ending on 900 provided that AF2 is 900 or larger.

=ROUND(AF2,-3)-100

You may prefer to embed it in an IF statement if you need to handle smaller numbers. However, the rounding will not be perfect. Perhaps a variation of the above as shown next will produce a more accurate result. I haven´t tested the logic. Just showing how you might get a better rounding if that is an issue for you.

=ROUND(AF2+100,-3)-100

Test both formulas with AF2 = 1499 or AF2 = 1500

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