# How to Round Numbers in Excel Without Formula (3 Quick Ways)

### Method 1 – Round Numbers with Decrease and Increase Decimal Commands in Excel

Excel has the built-in feature under the Home tab from which you can easily round up or round down your numbers.

#### 1.1 Decrease Decimal Places

Steps:

• Go to the Home tab, and under the Number group, find the Decrease Decimal option.
• Click it after selecting your cell. To convert this value to a 5-decimal place number, click it 9 times as the number contains a total of 14 decimal places.

The decimal places will be reduced.

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#### 1.2 Increase Decimal Places

Steps:

• To increase the decimal numbers from 5 decimal places to 7 decimal places, select the number first and click on the Increase Decimal option two times under the Home tab.

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### Method 2 – Round Numbers from Format Cells Option

Steps:

• To open the Number Format, select the cell you want to format.
• Press Ctrl+1. This is will take you to the Format Cells option.

You can also select the Number Format option under the Home tab, or right-click on the cell and select Format Cells.

• In the Format Cells Dialogue box, select the Number category.
• In this Decimal places box, reduce the decimal places to 5.

• Click OK.

Note:

This is the best option for rounding up numbers as you can select the decimal places specifically.

### Method 3 – Use a Custom Format to Round Numbers

Steps:

• To open the Custom option, select the cell, right-click on it, and select Format Cells.
• In the Format Cells window, select Custom as Category.
• In the Type box, enter 0.0000 which will make the number have 4 decimal places.
• You can see the preview under Sample.
• Click OK.

## How to Round to Nearest Whole Number in Excel without Using Any Formula

Steps:

• To set the location cells to a pre-fixed number format, select the cells.
• Press Ctrl+1.

• In the Format Cells window, go to the Number section and set the Decimal places box to 0.
• Click OK.

• Copy the numbers and select the location to paste them in rounded form.
• Right-click and select Paste Values from the Paste Options.

• The numbers will be rounded to their nearest integer form. For example, 100.3 to 100, or 1.99 to 2.

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