In the sample dataset, there are a variety of different currencies, quantities and their exchange rate to **USD**. The decimals need to be removed from the **Total USD** column.

## Method 1 – Using INT Function to Remove Decimals in Excel

**The INT function** rounds the number down to the nearest integer.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula in an empty cell (
**F5)**.

`=INT(E5)`

- Press
**Enter.** - Apply the same formula to the rest of the column by dragging the fill handle down.

**INT function**returns the integer parts of the numbers of Column

**E**in Column

**F**.

**Read More: **How to Reduce Decimals in Excel

## Method 2 – Removing Decimals with Excel TRUNC Function

**The TRUNC function** truncates the decimal part of a number and returns the integer part.

**Steps:**

- Paste the following formula in Cell
**F5**.

`=TRUNC(E5)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**down to copy the formula to the rest of the cells.

**Cell E5**and will return the integer part in

**Cell F5**.

**Read More: **How to Remove Decimals in Excel Formula Bar

## Method 3 – Applying ROUND Function to Eliminate Decimals in Excel

**The ROUND function** rounds the number to a given number of digits. To remove the decimal completely, we need to put **0 **as the given number of digits.

**Steps:**

- Paste the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=ROUND(E5,0)`

- Press
**ENTER.** - Here, the number after the decimal was
**.80**(ie, bigger than**.5**) so the formula rounded up the value. - Apply the same formula to the rest of the column by dragging the fill handle down.

**Cell F5**without any decimals and will give the value in

**Cell F5**.

**Read More:** How to Reduce Decimal Places Permanently in Excel

## Method 4 – Remove Decimals Using Excel ROUNDDOWN Function

**The ROUNDDOWN function** rounds downs the number to a given number of digits. If **0 **is the given number, the function will remove the decimal part from the number.

**Steps:**

- Paste the following formula to an empty cell
**F5**.

`=ROUNDDOWN(E5,0)`

- Press
**Enter.** - Apply the same formula to the rest of the column by dragging the fill handle down.

**ROUNDDOWN function**rounds down the number of

**Cell E5**.

**0**indicates that there will be no decimal parts.

## Method 5 – Applying ROUNDUP Function to Remove Decimals in Excel

**The ROUNDUP function** will round the number up to a given number of digits.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=ROUNDUP(E5,0)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

**ROUNDUP function**rounds up the number of

**Cell E5**.

**0**indicates that there will be no decimal parts.

## Method 6 – Using MROUND Function to Delete Decimals from Number

**The ****MROUND ****function** rounds the number to a specified multiple. If 1 is selected the function will remove the decimals.

**Steps:**

- Insert the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=MROUND(E5,1)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

**MROUND function**rounds the number of

**Cell E5**to a multiple of

**1**in

**Cell F5**.

## Method 7 – Remove Decimal and Round Numbers to the Nearest Odd Number

**The ODD function** returns the next odd number of the selected number.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=ODD(E5)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

**Cell E5**.

## Method 8 – Rounding Number to the Nearest Even Number and Removing Decimals

**The EVEN function** returns the next even number of the selected number.

**Steps:**

- Enter the below formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=EVEN(E5)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

The function will return the next even number of the number of **Cell E5**.

## Method 9 – Using CEILING Function to Remove Decimals in Excel

**The CEILING function** rounds a number up to the nearest multiple of significance.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula into
**Cell F5**.

`=CEILING(E5,1)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

**CEILING function**will round up the number of

**Cell E5**to a multiple of 1.

## Method 10 – Applying Excel CEILING.MATH Function to Remove Decimals

**The CEILING.MATH function** automatically sets the significance as **1**.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=CEILING.MATH(E5)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

## Method 11 – Removing Decimals Using the FLOOR Function in Excel

**The FLOOR function** rounds a number down to the nearest multiple of significance.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=FLOOR(E5,1)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

**FLOOR**function rounds down the number of

**Cell**

**D5**to a multiple of

**1**.

## Method 12 – Using FLOOR.MATH Function to Delete Decimals in Excel

**The FLOOR.MATH function** automatically sets the significance as **1**.

**Steps:**

- Enter the following formula in
**Cell F5**.

`=FLOOR.MATH(E5)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool down to copy the formula.

**FLOOR function**rounds down the number to the previous integer. As a result, the decimals are removed.

## Method 13 – Applying Excel Format Cells Option to Remove Decimals

**Steps:**

- Select the relevant cells.
- Go to the
**Home**tab and click on the**Number**option. - Click on the
**Decrease Decimals**sign until the decimals are completely removed.

- You can also use the
**format cells**tool to remove decimals. **Select the cell**where the decimals are to be removed and right-click.- From the drop-down menu select
**Format Cells**.

- The
**Format Cells**box will appear. - Go to the
**Number tab**and enter**0**in the**Decimals places**box. - Click on
**OK**.

- All the decimals from the selected cells have been removed.

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