With ROUND, ROUNDUP, AND ROUNDDOWN you can increase the accuracy of your data. Find out how to use these functions in this tutorial. Watch more at

This tutorial is a single movie from the Excel 2013: Advanced Formulas and Functions course presented by lynda.com author Dennis Taylor. The complete course duration is 5 hours and 26 minutes long and demystifies some of the most challenging of the 300+ formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to put them to their best use.

Introduction
1. Formula and Function Tips and Shortcuts
2. Formula and Function Tools
3. IF and Related Functions
4. Lookup and Reference Functions
5. Power Functions
6. Statistical Functions
7. Math Functions
8. Date and Time Functions
9. Array Formulas and Functions
10. Reference Functions
11. Text Functions
12. Information Functions
Conclusion

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  1. mariam rostomashvili Reply

    very very very bad tutorial!!!!!!! nothing useful!!!!! be more practical!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Ozi Ostrich Reply

    Thank you. Have been looking everywhere to figure out how to include a "round" function formula into another formula (maximum, minimum, average). This is exactly what I needed!

  3. Ahhh!!! This is exactly what I was looking for! I couldn't figure out how to round using a formula and the function!

  4. Seyad Sadham hussain Reply

    Hi,

    I done that roundup option for estimating materials requirement.

    4.25 is entering as whole number of 5 but when am multiplying with 20 it should give 100/- . Since am getting 85/- only. Kindly do the needful.

  5. Noelle Contreras Reply

    TLC4Sher, did you figure it out? Im trying to do ithat now, I need if the number is more than 4.10 it rounds up and if is 4.09 to round down, can you help me please

  6. Science Matters Reply

    I don't know why it works on your computer, but when I hit the "increase decimal" button, it just adds decimal places to the ALREADY rounded number. Which means its just adding zeros. Which means its completely fucking useless and it makes me want to bring my computer to Bill Gates and throw it at his fucking head for allowing the creation of such an inane function!

  7. Steve Radell Reply

    @ TLC4Sher – I would try to use a multiplier, 200 in your case, round, then divide by the 200…

  8. Omg!! This totally makes sense.
    The increase, decrease decimal option in Excel doesn't change the value AT ALL!
    That's why there's errors in my calculations when I use the calculator.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

  9. Sherry Fancy Reply

    I need your help.
    I tried your tutorial on my work & it didn't work….can you tell me what l should be doing
    ……
    I need to make a cell round up when .005 or more & round down when .005 is less whilst a formula is already in the cell….

    Does this make sense?

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