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How to round numbers in Excel function

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You can use round function to make long decimal numbers  to a specified number of digits in ms excel.

in ms excel has many different ways to round a cell value. 

For example: 

if your cell contains 29.36585, and you want to round that value to two decimal like  29.37 you can simply use below function for that. 

=ROUND(29.36585 , 2)

When you try to use round function you will get 2 Syntax

1 - number:  The number/Cell that you want to round.

2 - num_digits:  The number of digits to which you want to round the number argument.

If you want to round a cell after calculatng with the SUM() function you should use following function.

=SUM(ROUND(A1 , 2)) 

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