# Can you round an IF formula?

## Can you round an IF formula?

If the IF function returns a TRUE value, meaning that the number that is being tested is equal to a specific number, the formula will round the number through the use of the ROUND function.

### Can I do an IF THEN formula in Excel?

The IF-THEN function in Excel is a powerful way to add decision making to your spreadsheets. It tests a condition to see if it’s true or false and then carries out a specific set of instructions based on the results. For example, by inputting an IF-THEN in Excel, you can test if a specific cell is greater than 900.

#### How do you round off values in Excel?

- Type =ROUND(A1,1) which equals 823.8.
- Use a positive number here to round the number to the number of decimal points you specify. The same thing applies to the next two formulas that round to hundredths and thousandths.

**How do I round a formula to multiple cells in Excel?**

Place the cursor in cell C2 and take the mouse pointer at right bottom corner and drag the + AutoFill handle to round the multiple cells value at once over the range of cells C3:C11.

**How do you round up numbers?**

Here’s the general rule for rounding:

- If the number you are rounding is followed by 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, round the number up. Example: 38 rounded to the nearest ten is 40.
- If the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, round the number down. Example: 33 rounded to the nearest ten is 30.

## How do you round the range of cells?

Round a range of cells with ROUND function

- Click a blank cell C2 and input the formula: =ROUND (A2, 2), see screenshot:
- Then press Enter key, and the value in cell A2 will be rounded to a number with two decimal places.
- Then click button to run the code.

### How do you round up to the nearest whole number in Excel?

To round up to nearest integer, use an Excel ROUNDUP formula with num_digits set to 0. For example =ROUNDUP(5.5, 0) rounds decimal 5.5 to 6.