# How to Remove Decimals in Excel (13 Methods)

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.

Here, the INT function returns the integer parts of the numbers of Column E in Column F.

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## 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.

Here, the function truncates the decimal part of the number in Cell E5 and will return the integer part in Cell F5.

## 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.

The function rounds the number of Cell F5 without any decimals and will give the value in Cell F5.

## 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.

The 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.

The 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.

The 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 NumberÂ

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.

The function returns the next odd number of the number of 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.

The 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.

The formula rounds up the number to the next integer. As a result, the decimals are removed.

## 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.

The 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.

The 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 theÂ NumberÂ 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 tabÂ 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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