While working with large **Microsoft Excel,** sometimes we need to use the integer number only which means we need to use number format with no decimal places. We can easily do that by using the **VBA Macros**. Applying a **VBA code** to give a number format is an easy task. Today, in this article, weâ€™ll learn **six **quick and suitable ways to use the number format with no decimal places by applying the **VBA **code in **Excel **effectively.

## VBA to Get Number Format with No Decimal Places (Quick View)

```
Sub Number_Format()
Dim R As Long
R = InputBox("Enter a number:")
MsgBox R & (" is the number with no decimal places.")
End Sub
```

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## 6 Suitable Ways to Apply Number Format with No Decimal Places with Excel VBA

Letâ€™s say, we have a dataset that contains information about several **Students** of the **Cantonment School**. The **identification number **of the students and their securing mark in **Physics **is given in columns **C**, and **D **respectively. We will give a number format with no decimal places of the marks of **Physics **by applying a simple **VBA Code**. Hereâ€™s an overview of the dataset for todayâ€™s task.

### 1. Develop a VBA Code to Use Number Format with No Decimal Places in Excel

Now Iâ€™ll show how to give a number format with no decimal places by using a simple **VBA **code with the **Input Box** command. Itâ€™s very helpful for some particular moments. Letâ€™s follow the instructions below to learn!

**Step 1:**

- First of all, open a Module, to do that, firstly, from your
**Developer**tab, go to,

**Developer â†’ Visual Basic**

- After clicking on the
**Visual Basic**ribbon, a window named**Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications â€“ Number Format with no Decimal Places**will instantly appear in front of you. From that window, we will insert a module for applying our**VBA code**. To do that, go to,

**Insert â†’ Module**

**Step 2:**

- Hence, the
**Number Format with no Decimal Places**module pops up. In the**Number Format with no Decimal Places**module, write down the below**VBA**

```
Sub Number_Format()
Dim R As Long
R = InputBox("Enter a number:")
MsgBox R & (" is the number with no decimal places.")
End Sub
```

- After that, run the
**VBA**To do that, go to,

**Run â†’ Run Sub/UserForm**

- After running the code, an input box named
**Microsoft Excel**will appear instantly in front of you. Hence,**Enter**any number in the**Enter a number**Letâ€™s say, we enter**50.25**and then press**OK**.

- After pressing
**OK**, you will be able to give the**50.25**number to**50**into the number format with no decimal places which is shown in the below screenshot.

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### 2. Use the Number Format Command with Font to Get Number Format with No Decimal Places with Excel VBA

We will get the number format with no decimal places by using the **Number Forma**t command including **Font **in a **VBA **code. Now, have a look at our dataset, the studentâ€™s **Physics **mark containing **decimal places**.

Now, we will give those marks in the number format with no decimal places of the** Cantonment School**. Letâ€™s follow the steps below to learn!

**Step 1:**

- According to
**method 1**,**insert**a new module and type the below**VBA**code to get the number format including the font. The**VBA code**is,

```
Sub Number_Format_with_Font()
Range("D5:D12").Select
Selection.NumberFormat = "0"
Selection.Font.Name = "Calibri"
End Sub
```

- Hence, run the
**VBA**To do that, go to,

**Run â†’ Run Sub/UserForm**

**Step 2:**

- While running the code, you will be able to give get the number format including the font
**.**

**Read More:** **Excel VBA: Format Currency to Two Decimal Places (3 Methods)**

### 3. Use the Message Box Command in VBA Code to Give Number Format with No Decimal Places in Excel

Now, we will apply the **VBA **code with the **Message Box** command to get the number format with no decimal places in **Excel**. Letâ€™s follow the steps below to learn!

**Step 1:**

- According to
**method 1**,**insert**a new module and type the below**VBA**code to get the number format with no decimal places. The**VBA code**is,

```
Sub Msg_Box()
MsgBox Format(1312036.25, "#,##0")
End Sub
```

- Hence, run the
**VBA**To do that, go to,

**Run â†’ Run Sub/UserForm**

**Step 2:**

- After running the code, a message box named
**Microsoft Excel**pops up showing**1,312,036**which contains no decimal places.

**Read More:** **Excel VBA: Round to 2 Decimal Places (5 Ways)**

### 4. Give Number Format with No Decimal Places with Worksheet Name Using a VBA Code

In this method, we will get the number format by applying **VBA **code according to the worksheet name. Undoubtedly, this is an easy and time-saving task. Letâ€™s follow the instructions below to learn!

**Steps:**

- First of all,
**insert**a new module according to**method 1**, and type the below**VBA**code to get the number format with no decimal places. The**VBA code**is,

```
Sub Num_Format()
Sheets("Number Format").Range("D5:D12").NumberFormat = "#,##??"
End Sub
```

- Further, run the
**VBA**To do that, go to,

**Run â†’ Run Sub/UserForm**

- After completing the above process, you will be able to get the number format with no decimal places which has been given in the below screenshot.

### 5. Apply the Conditional Formatting to Give Number Format with No Decimal Places in Excel VBA

Now we will learn how to give a number format with no decimal places including color by applying the **Conditional Formatting** command in a simple **VBA code**. This method saves your time also. Letâ€™s follow the instructions below to get the number format with no decimal places including color by applying the **Conditional Formatting** command!

**Step 1:**

- First,
**insert**a new module according to**method 1**, and type the below**VBA**code to get the number format with no decimal places. The**VBA code**is,

```
Sub Conditional_Number_Formatting()
Range("D5:D12").NumberFormat = "[>=55][Green]#,##;[<55][Red]#,##"
End Sub
```

- After typing the
**VBA**code in the**Number Format with no Decimal Places**, run the**VBA**To do that, go to,

**Run â†’ Run Sub/UserForm**

**Step 2:**

- After running the code, go back to your active worksheet, and you will be able to see a number format with no decimal places with different colors.

**Read More:** **Excel VBA: Format Percentage to 2 Decimal Places**

### 6. VBA to Apply the Number Format with No Decimal Places in Excel

Last but not the least, we will apply the number format with no decimal places. This is the easiest method. Letâ€™s follow the steps below to learn!

**Step 1:**

- According to
**method 1**,**insert**a new module and type the below**VBA**code to get the number format including the font. The**VBA code**is,

```
Sub Format_Number_with_MsgBox()
Dim X As String
X= FormatNumber(269.15, 0)
MsgBox X
End Sub
```

- Further, run the
**VBA**To do that, go to,

**Run â†’ Run Sub/UserForm**

**Step 2:**

- After running the code, a message box named
**Microsoft Excel**will appear in front of you showing**269**which contains no decimal places.

**Read More:**** Excel VBA: Format Number with Comma (2 Examples)**

## Things to Remember

đź‘‰ You can pop up **Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications **window by pressing **Alt + F11** **simultaneously**.

đź‘‰ If a **Developer **tab is not visible in your ribbon, you can make it visible. To do that, go to,

**File â†’ Option â†’ Customize Ribbon**

## Conclusion

I hope all of the suitable methods mentioned above to use the **number format with no decimal places** with **VBA **code will now provoke you to apply them in your **Excel **spreadsheets with more productivity. You are most welcome to feel free to comment if you have any questions or queries.