Rounding is necessary when we deal with numbers. In Excel, we can easily round numbers to any specific value using different functions. In this article, I will show how to round numbers to the nearest 10000 in Excel.

**5 ways to round to the nearest 10000 in Excel**

**1. Using ****ROUND ****Function**

For showing this method letâ€™s consider a dataset of some numbers. Now using the **ROUND** function, we will find out the number up to the nearest 10000.

Before going to the example letâ€™s talk about the ROUND Function first. The syntax of the function is like this:

`ROUND (number, num_digits)`

In the first portion, it takes the number which you want to round. For this, we will need to pass the cell number of that number.

Then in the second portion, it takes the number digit, meaning up to the number of digits to which number should be rounded. There are three possible ways to declare rounding behavior. They are:

>0 (Positive Numbers) |
Round to nearest .1, .01, .001, .0001 etc. |

<0 (Negative Numbers) |
Round to nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10000, etc. |

=0Â |
Round to nearest 1. |

**Step 1:** Enter the formula in cell **B5**.

`=ROUND(A5,-4)`

**Formula Breakdown**

In this formula, firstly I have initially passed the desired cell number where the number is located which is **A5**. Then as we want to round nearest to 10000 thatâ€™s why in the second portion, it is **-4**.

**Step 2:** Copy down the numbers up to **B11**.

**2. Using ROUNDUP Function**

Another rounding function is **ROUNDUP. **We can round any number using this function. Now I will show how to round numbers using the **ROUNDUP** function for the previous example used in method 1. First, see the function details. The syntax of this function is like this:

`ROUNDUP (number, num_digits)`

This is like the ROUND function. First, we need to pass the number which we want to round then the number of digits to which number should be rounded up.

*[ Note it will find out the highest possible round number from the current position. ]*

**Step 1:** Enter the number in cell **B5**.

`=ROUNDUP(A5,-4)`

**Step 2:** Copy down the formula up to **B11**.

**3. Using ROUNDDOWN Function**

Like the above two methods, we can do the same thing using the **ROUNDDOWN **function. Here I will show how to round numbers using this function. The syntax of the function is like this:

`ROUNDDOWN(number, num_digits)`

Here firstly we will pass the number you want to round down and then pass the positive numbers, negative numbers, or 0 depending on the number of digits to which you want to round the number

*[ Note it will find out the lowest possible round number from the current position. ]*

**Step 1:** Enter the formula in cell **B5.**

`=ROUNDDOWN(A5,-4)`

**Step 2:** Copy down the formula up to **B11**.

**4. Using ****CEILING ****and ****FLOOR ****Function**

Letâ€™s see how to round using the **CEILING** and **FLOOR **function in Excel. Basically, it is the alternative of the above two functions which are **ROUNDUP** and **ROUNDDOWN** functions. First, letâ€™s look at the functions.

#### For **CEILING **Function

The syntax of the **CEILING** function is like this:

`CEILING (number, significance)`

This is the same as the previous **ROUNDUP** function. It also takes the desired number which will be rounded first and then the significance value. But it will round the highest possible round value as much as it can.

**Step 1:** Enter the formula in cell **B15**.

`=CEILING(A15,10000)`

**Formula Breakdown**

In this function firstly, I have passed the cell number (**A15**) where our number is located. Then as we want to round to the nearest 10000, thatâ€™s why I have passed 10000 in the second portion. This will round up to the nearest highest 10000 as much as can.

**Step 2:** Copy down the formula up to **B21**.

#### For **FLOOR **Function

The syntax of the **FLOOR **function is like this:

`FLOOR (number, significance)`

This is the basic structure of this function. In the first portion, it takes the number which is going to be rounded. Then the second portion contains the multiple to which you want to round. But it will round the lowest possible round value as much as it can.

**Step 1:** Enter the formula using the **FLOOR **function in cell **B5**.

`=FLOOR(A5,10000)`

**Formula Breakdown**

In this function firstly, I have passed the cell number (**A5**) where our number is located. Then as we want to round to the nearest 10000, thatâ€™s why I have passed 10000 in the second portion. This will round up to the nearest lowest 10000 as much as can.

**Step 2:** Copy down the formula up to **B11**.

**5. Using MROUND Function**

Lastly, letâ€™s see how to round numbers using the nearest multiple. For this, we will use another Excel build-in function which is **MROUND**. And also, letâ€™s consider the same example above.

First look at the function definitions. The syntax of the function is like this:

`MROUND (number, multiple)`

The first portion carries the value you want to round and the second portion is the multiple values which you want to round the number.

**Step 1:** Enter the formula in cell **B5**.

`=MROUND(A5,10000)`

**Formula Breakdown**

As with the previous functions, firstly the number we want to round is in the **A5** cell. Then the multiple value is 10000 as we want to find out the round to the nearest 10000.

**Step 2:** Copy down the formula up to **B11**.

**Conclusion**

These are the ways to round numbers to the nearest 10000 in Excel. I have shown all the methods with their respective examples. Also, I have discussed the fundamentals of this function and the most commonly used format codes of this function. If you have any other method of achieving this then please feel free to share it with us.