As shown in the following figure, we have the unit price for each **Product ID**. Let’s round the unit prices to the nearest 100.

### Method 1 – Using the ROUND Function

**Steps:**

- Go to cell
**D5**and insert this formula:

**=ROUND(C5,-2)**

**C5**= The number to be rounded.

**-2**= The number of digits to which the number should be rounded.

The **ROUND(C5, -2)** syntax takes** C5** as the number to round and “**-2**” is the number of digits as we want to round the nearest **100**.

- Press
**Enter**and drag down the**Fill Handle**tool for other cells.

- You will get your numbers rounded to the nearest 100, just like in the image below.

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### Method 2 – Utilizing the ROUNDUP Function

The **ROUNDUP function** always rounds a number **up**.

**Steps:**

- Move to cell
**D5**and copy the following formula:

**=ROUNDUP(C5,-2)**

The **ROUNDUP(C5, -2)** syntax takes** C5** as the number to round, and “**-2**” is the number of digits as we want to round the nearest **100**. This function always rounds the function up to the next nearest 100.

- Hir Enter and drag the cell down for other cells in the column.

**Read More: **How to Round Numbers to the Nearest Multiple of 5 in Excel

### Method 3 – Applying ROUNDDOWN Function

The **ROUNDDOWN **function always rounds a number **down**.

**Steps:**

- Go to cell
**D5**and enter this formula:

**=ROUNDDOWN(C5,-2)**

The **ROUNDUP(C5, -2)** syntax takes** C5** as the number to round, and “**-2**” is the number of digits as we want to round the nearest **100**. This function rounds down the number to the nearest 100.

- Press
**Enter,**then use AutoFill for the other cells you need.

**Read More:** How to Round Numbers in Excel Without Formula

### Method 4 – Using the CEILING Function

**Steps:**

- Insert the following formula in
**D5**.

**=CEILING(C5, 100)**

This **CEILING(C5, 100) **syntax takes the number to be rounded as **C5 **and the **significance** as **100**.

- Hit Enter and AutoFill.

### Method 5 – Using the FLOOR Function

**Steps:**

- Input the following formula in cell
**D5**.

**=FLOOR(C5, 100)**

This function takes the number to be rounded as **C5 **and the significance is **100**. It rounds the number down to the below number.

- Hit Enter and use AutoFill.

**Read More: **Round Down to Nearest 10 in Excel

### Method 6 – Applying the MROUND Function

**Steps:**

- Select cell
**D5**and enter this formula:

**=MROUND(C5, 100)**

- Press
**Enter**and drag the cell down for other cells.

- You will get the result just like the image below.

**Read More: **How to Round Numbers to Nearest 10000 in Excel

## Round to the Nearest Whole Number in Excel

**Steps:**

- Select cell
**D5**and enter this formula:

**=INT(C5)**

This function rounds the whole number without the fraction.

- Press Enter and apply AutoFill.

**Read More: **How to Round to Nearest 1000 in Excel

## Round to the Nearest 5/1000 in Excel

**Steps:**

- Use the following formula for
**D5**.

**=CEILING(C5,5)**

This function rounds the value to the nearest** 5** as we insert the **significance** as 5.

- Hit Enter and AutoFill.

## Difference Between ROUND, ROUNDUP, and ROUNDDOWN Functions

See the output of **D6**, **E6**, and **F6 **cells in the following figure. The **ROUND** function rounds 121.56 to 100, **ROUNDUP** rounds it up to 200, and **ROUNDDOWN** rounds it down to 100.

## Practice Section

We have provided a practice section on each sheet on the right side so you can apply these methods.

**Download the Practice Workbook**

## Further Readings

- How to Round to Nearest Whole Number in Excel
- How to Round Down to Nearest Whole Number in Excel
- Rounding to Nearest Dollar in Excel
- How to Round to Nearest 10 Cents in Excel
- How to Round Off to Nearest 50 Cents in Excel

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