In terms of working with Microsoft Excel, we need to work with numbers all the time. It is a common phenomenon that we might need the numbers in the whole form rather than in decimal form. We can simply convert the decimal to a whole number. In this article, I am going to explain 10 simple ways on how to convert decimal to whole number in Excel. I hope it will be a very helpful article if you are looking for something like this.

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## How to Convert Decimal to Whole Number in Excel: 10 Easy Ways

There are so many simple and effective ways to convert decimal to whole number in Excel. I am going to explain 10 of them in the following section.

### 1. Apply ROUND Function

The **ROUND Function **is one of the ways to convert decimal to whole number in Excel. The **Round function** rounds a number up or down, depending on the specified number of digits and whether the number is positive or negative. If the number is positive, the Round function rounds the number down. If the number is negative, the Round function rounds the number up.

** Steps**:

- Pick a cell and input the following formula.

`=ROUND(E5,0)`

- Now, press the
**ENTER**button to have the number in the whole form.

- Use
**Fill Handle**to**AutoFill**the rests.

### 2. Adopt INT Function

The **INT function** rounds a number down to the nearest whole number. If the number is already an integer, the **INT function** doesn’t change it.

** Steps**:

- Firstly, select a cell and input the following formula.

`=INT(E5)`

- Press
**ENTER**.

**AutoFill**the remaining cells.

### 3. Use TRUNC Function

The **TRUNC function** in Excel is a mathematical function that returns a truncated number. This function is useful for removing decimal places from a number.

** Steps**:

- Select cell
**B5**and write the following formula.

`=TRUNC(E5,0)`

- Hit
**ENTER**to have the whole number.

- Apply the above formula in the remaining cells using the
**Fill Handle**.

### 4. Apply MROUND Function

The **MROUND function** in Excel returns a number rounded to a specified number of decimal places. This function is typically used to round numbers to a specified number of significant figures.

** Steps**:

- Apply the formula written below to the selected cell.

`=MROUND(E5,1)`

- Now, press the
**ENTER**button to have the number in the whole form.

- Use
**Fill Handle**to**AutoFill**the rests.

### 5. Use FLOOR Function

The **FLOOR function** in Excel is a function that returns the smallest integer value that is less than or equal to a given number. It is useful for finding the next lowest whole number when dealing with decimal values. The floor function can be used on its own or as part of a larger formula.

** Steps**:

- Pick a cell and input the following formula.

`=FLOOR(E5,1)`

- To have the result, press
**ENTER**.

- For the remaining cells, use
**AutoFill**.

### 6. Use CEILING Function

The **CEILING function** in Excel is a function that returns a number rounded up to the nearest integer multiple of a specified value.

** Steps**:

- Select a cell and write the following formula.

`=CEILING(E5,1)`

- Press
**ENTER**to have the output.

**AutoFill**the rests.

### 7. Apply Decrease Decimal Command

We can also use the decrease decimal command from the ribbon under the **Home **tab.

** Steps**:

- Select all the cells containing numbers first.
- Go to
**Home**. - From the
**Number**group, click on the decrease decimal command based on your decimal numbers.

We can have the converted numbers on the cells.

### 8. Utilize Built-in Number Format

There is also a built-in format to convert the decimal number into the whole form. Just follow the following steps.

** Steps**:

- First of all, select the cells.
- Go to the
**HomeÂ**tab. - From the
**Number Format**drop-down, select**More Number Formatsâ€¦Â**option.

A wizard named **Format Cells** will appear.

- Go to
**Number**from**Category**. - Write
**0**in**Decimal places**. - Then, click on
**OK**.

We can see the converted decimal numbers on screen.

### 9. Apply EVEN Function

The **EVEN function** is a function that produces an output that is always an even number for any input value. It considers the higher value of the number.

** Steps**:

- Firstly, select a cell and input the following formula.

`=EVEN(E5)`

- Hit
**ENTER**to have the whole number.

**AutoFill**the rest cells.

### 10. Use ODD Function

The **ODD function** converts the number into an odd number but not the lower one. It always converts into the upper odd number.

** Steps**:

- Pick a cell and input the following formula.

`=ODD(E5)`

- To have the result, press
**ENTER**.

- For the remaining cells, use
**AutoFill**.

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## Conclusion

At the end of this article, I like to add that I have tried to explain how to convert decimal to whole number in Excel. It will be a matter of great pleasure for me if this article could help any Excel user even a little. For any further queries, comment below. You can visit our site for more articles about using Excel.

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