Sometimes, we format our values in a **cell**, however, **Excel **does not consider that while calculating. We can make **Excel **calculate differently. In this article, we will show you **3** quick methods of **Excel return value **of **cell **not **formula**.

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## 3 Ways to Return Value of Cell Not Formula in Excel

To demonstrate our methods, we have picked a dataset consisting of **5 columns**: â€ś**Product**â€ť, â€ś**Pound**â€ť, â€ś**Kilogram**â€ť, â€ś**Unit**â€ť, and â€ś**Total**â€ť. Basically, there are **6** products in our dataset given in **pounds** and we are **converting** it to **kilograms**.

Afterward, we **multiply** it by the **number of units**, therefore we get the **total product weights**. We can also see here that the numbers are in **one decimal place** but there are **eight digits after decimal** in the output.

Our aim here is to make **Excel **take the display value from **column D** and make calculations based on that. For example, the value of **cell D5** is** 3.2** and multiple it by **13** to get **41.6** as the output instead of **41.27732922**.

### 1. Using ROUND Function to Return Value of Cell Not Formula in Excel

For the first method, we will use **the ROUND function** to **return **the **value **of the **cell **not the **formula **in **Excel**. Before jumping on the steps, let us see how our dataset is defined. **1 **kilogram equals **2.2046** pounds. Hence, we have divided it by that number to convert it.

Now, if we** multiply** the **weight** with the number of **units**, then we will get a different output from our intention. We want the output to be **41.6**, however, we will get **41.27732922 **as the output.

**Steps:**

- First, select the
**cell**range**F5:F10**. - Next, type the following
**formula**.

`=ROUND(D5,1)*E5`

**Formula Breakdown**

- First, The
**ROUND**function returns rounded numbers up to a certain decimal place. - Here, we are rounding the value from
**cell D5**to the first decimal place. - So,
**7**divided by**2.2046**will be**3.2**. - Lastly, we multiplied it by the number of units sold.
- Therefore, we will get our desired output of
**41.6**.

- Finally, press
**CTRL+ENTER**.

This will **AutoFill the formula** to the rest of the **cells**. Thus, we have **returned** the **value **of the **cell **not the **formula **in **Excel**.

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### 2. Use of Combined Formula to Return Value of Cell Not Formula

For the second method, we will use the **TEXT**, **REPT**, **RIGHT**, and **CELL** functions to create a combined formula. Then, using this formula we will **return **the **value **of the **cell**, not a **formula**. Without further ado, let us show you the steps.

**Steps:**

- First, select the
**cell**range**F5:F10**. - Next, type the following
**formula**.

`=E5*TEXT(D5,"#."&REPT(0,RIGHT(CELL("format",D5),1)))`

**Formula Breakdown**

- First, Our
**formula**has several parts. The main part of the function is the**TEXT**function. This function takes the**cell**contents as it is. **RIGHT(CELL(â€śformatâ€ť,D5),1)****Output: â€ś1â€ť**.- The
**CELL**function**returns**the characteristics from a**cell**in**Excel**. Hare, we have defined the â€ś**format**â€ť property of**cell D5**. So, we will get the output â€ś**F1**â€ť from that, which means numbers after one decimal place. - Then, the
**RIGHT**function works. This**returns**the first string from the previous output from the right side. Therefore, we will get the number of decimal places by using this formula combination.

- Then our formula reduces to ->
**E5*TEXT(D5,â€ť#.â€ť&REPT(0,â€ť1â€ł))****Output: 41.6**.- The
**REPT**function repeats a value. We have set it to repeat**0**, exactly**1**time. Then our**TEXT**function kicks in and sets our value from**cell D5**to take one decimal point. Lastly, using this value we multiply it by the units.

- Finally, press
**CTRL+ENTER**.

This will **AutoFill **the **formula **to the rest of the **cells**. Thus, we have shown you yet another **formula **to **return **the **value **of the **cell** not the **formula **in **Excel**.

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### 3. Applying Precision as Displayed Feature to Return Value of Cell

For the last method, we will turn on the â€ś**Set precision as displayed**â€ť feature to achieve our objective in this article. We have already **multiplied** to get the** total weights** of our products. When we enable the feature, these values will change automatically.

**Steps:**

- To begin with, press
**ALT**,**F**, then**T**to bring up the**Excel Options**window. - Next, from the
**Advanced**tab >>> under the â€ś**When calculating this workbook:**â€ť section >>> select â€ś**Set precision as displayed**â€ť. - Then, press
**OK**.

- A
**warning message**will appear, press**OK**.

- After this, it will change our
**values**. - In conclusion, we have shown you the last method of
**returning**the**value**of a**cell**not a**formula**in**Excel**.

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## Practice Section

We have added a practice dataset for each method in the **Excel **file. Therefore, you can follow along with our methods easily.

## Conclusion

We have shown you **3** quick methods to** Excel return value **of **cell **not **formula**. If you face any problems regarding these methods or have any feedback for me, feel free to comment below. Moreover, you can visit our site **ExcelDemy** for more **Excel-related** articles. Thanks for reading, keep excelling!