When we use a formula or a function to get a mathematical result, sometimes it gives us a vast outcome containing large numbers. As a result, it becomes difficult to understand the calculation result and its meaning. Rounding up the result in one-digit or two-digit can be an easy solution to this problem. It will provide better readability and good visualization of our data. In this article, we will demonstrate to you 4 quick distinct methods to roundup a formula result in Excel. If you are curious to know, download our practice workbook and follow us.

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## How to Roundup a Formula Result in Excel: 4 Easy Ways

To demonstrate the approaches, we are considering a dataset of **10** employees of an organization, their salaries, and tax payment. The names of the employees are in column **B**, their salaries are in column **C**, and the amount of tax payment is in column **D**. The tax pay rate is in cell **F5**. So, we can say our dataset is in the range of cells **B5:D14**. We are using the **SUM** function to sum the total amount of tax in cell **D15**. For adding up the tax payment, write down the following formula into cell **D15**.

`=SUM(D5:D14)`

### 1. Applying ROUND Function

In this method, we are going to use the** ROUND **function to round up a formula result. The formula result is the outcome of the **SUM **function. The steps of this process are given below:

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- First of all, select cell
**D16**. - Now, write down the following formula into cell
**D16**.

`=ROUND(D15,2)`

Here, **2** is the number of digits up to which we want to **round**.

- Then, press the
**Enter**key on your keyboard. - You will see that the numbers after the decimal sign
**517**is showing a roundup value of**520**.

Thus, we can say that our formula worked perfectly and we are able to roundup a formula result in Excel.

**Read More: **How to Round a Formula with SUM in Excel

### 2. Using ROUNDUP Function

In this following process, we will use the **ROUNDUP** function to fulfill our requirements. The formula result for our dataset is the sum of the tax payment. The procedure of this method is shown below as follows:

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- At the beginning of this process, select cell
**D16**. - After that, write down the following formula into cell
**D16**.

`=ROUNDUP(D15,2)`

Here, **2** is the number of digits up to which we want to round. Set this **num_digits** according to your desire.

- Now, press the
**Enter**key to get the result. - You will see that the numbers after the decimal sign
**517**is showing a roundup value of**520**.

Finally, we can say that our formula worked successfully and we are able to roundup a formula result in Excel.

**Read More: **How to Round Excel Data to Make Summations Correct

### 3. Use of ROUNDDOWN Function

Here, we are going to apply the **ROUNDDOWN **function to round up the formula results. We will apply this function to the value of cell **D15** (the sum of tax payment). The result of this formula is quite different from the previous formulas. The steps of this method are given below:

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- At first. select cell
**D16**. - Then, write down the following formula into cell
**D16**.

`=ROUNDDOWN(D15,2)`

Here, **2** is the number of digits up to which we want to round.

- Next, press the
**Enter**key. - You will see that the numbers after the decimal sign
**517**are showing as a roundup value of**510**. This function wonâ€™t add 1 with 51 while rounding up the number. This function only eliminates the last digit.

So, we can say that our formula worked perfectly and we are able to roundup a formula result in Excel.

**Read More: **How to Round to Nearest 10 Cents in Excel

### 4. Roundup a Formula Result Using Number Format

This method is the easiest approach to round up a formula result in Excel. According to this process, you donâ€™t need to memorize any function name. You can round up the number from the built-in **Excel Toolbar**. The process is explained below step by step:

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- First, select cell
**D15**. - Now, in the
**Home**tab, click on the**Decrease Decimal**command from the**Number**group.

- Besides it, you can also click the
**Number Format**dialog box launcher.

- As a result, the
**Format Cells**dialog box will appear in front of you. - Then, in the empty box at the right of
**Decimal Place**, write down how many digits you want to display using your keyboard. For our dataset, we keep it at**2**. - After that, click
**OK**.

- Finally, you will see the number is rounded up to two decimal places.

At last, we can claim that our method worked effectively and we are able to roundup a formula result in Excel.

**Read More: **How to Set Rounding Precision in Excel

## Roundup a Formula Result up to No Decimal Place

In this method, we will show how to round a formula result up to no decimal position. We are going to use the **ROUND** function for rounding the value. We will use the same dataset to demonstrate the process. The steps of this procedure are shown below:

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, select cell
**D16**. - Now, write down the following formula into cell
**D16**.

`=ROUND(D15,0)`

Here, **0** is the number of digits up to which we want to round.

- Then, press the
**Enter**key on your keyboard to see the result. - You will see all the numbers after that decimal sign showing
**0**.

Finally, we can say that our formula worked perfectly and we are able to roundup a formula result up to no decimal place in Excel.

**ðŸ’¬ Things You Should Know**

You can also round up the number up to no decimal place using the **Decrease Decimal** command. This command locates in the **Number** group of the Excel built-in **Home** tab. To round up the number, select the cell and click on the **Decrease Decimal** command until all the digits after the decimal sign disappeared.

**Read More: **How to Round Numbers in Excel Without Formula

## Roundup a Formula Result up to Nearest 5

According to this process, we will round up the value to the nearest 5. In this case, we get an integer number. If the number is near the value of the last tens, some value will deduct from it. Otherwise, some value will add to the final result. The sum of our tax payment is **$1640.517**. So we can predict that after applying the formula to this output it will round up to **$1640.000**. **The ROUND function** will help us to round up the value. The steps of this method are shown below:

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- First of all, select cell
**D16**. - After that, write down the following formula into cell
**D16**.

`=ROUND(D15/5,0)*5`

Here, **0** is the number of digits up to which we want to round.

- Then, press the
**Enter**key on your keyboard. - You will see all the numbers after that decimal sign showing
**0**. However, the total value didnâ€™t increase like in the previous case. It means the value after the decimal sign is deducted as we predicted.

Thus, we can claim that our formula worked perfectly and we are able to roundup a formula result up to the nearest 5 in Excel.

**Read More: **Round to Nearest 5 or 9 in Excel

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## Conclusion

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