Tip: Other languages are Google-Translated. You can visit the English version of this link.
Log in
x
or
x
x
Register
x

or

How to round percentage values to two decimal places in Excel?

Normally we can adjust a percentage value’s decimal places with the Increate Decimal feature or Decrease Decimal feature in Excel. However, after adjusting, the actual value showing in the formula bar doesn’t change at all (See below screenshot). So how to round percentage values and let both actual value and displaying value with two decimal places? This article will introduce you some solutions.

Round up/down percentage values to two decimal places with formulas

Round up/down percentage values to two decimal places without formulas

Round percentage values to two decimal places with/without formulas

Easily combine multiple worksheets/workbooks/CSV files into one worksheet/workbook

It may be tedious to combine dozens of sheets from different workbooks into one sheet. But with Kutools for Excel’s Combine (worksheets and workbooks) utility, you can get it done with just several clicks! Full Feature Free Trial 60-day!
ad combine sheets books 1

Excel Productivity Tools

Office Tab: Bring powerful tabs to Office (include Excel), just like Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer. Save you half the time, and reduce thousands of mouse clicks for you. 30-day Unlimited Free Trial

Kutools for Excel: Save 70% of your time and solve 80% Excel problems for you. 300+ advanced features designed for 1500+ work scenario, make Excel much easy and increase productivity immediately.60-day Unlimited Free Trial


Round up/down percentage values to two decimal places with formulas

We can apply ROUND function, ROUNDUP function, or ROUNDDOWN function to quickly round up/down percentage values to specified decimal places in Excel. Please do as follows:

Select a blank cell beside the percentage values, says Cell D2, type the formula =ROUND(C2,4) (C2 is the percentage value whose decimal places you will change) into it, and then drag this cell’s AutoFill Handle to the range as you need. See screenshot:

Notes:
(1) For rounding up percentage values to two decimal places, please apply this formula =ROUNDUP(C2,4);
(2) For rounding down percentage values to two decimal places, please apply this formula =ROUNDDOWN(C2,4);
(3) For rounding percentage values to N decimal places, please apply this formula =ROUND(C2, N+2). For example, you need to round to 1 decimal place, please change the formula to =ROUND(C2, 3).
(4) If rounding results are not in percentage format, please select the rounding results and click the Percentage button; if rounding results are not with specific decimal place, please select the rounding results, and click the  Increase Decimal button or  Decrease Decimal button. See screenshot:


Round up/down percentage values to two decimal places without formulas

If you have installed Kutools for Excel, you can apply its Round utility to easily round up/down percentage values to specified decimal places without formulas. Please do as follows:

Kutools for Excel - Combines more than 300 Advanced Functions and Tools for Microsoft Excel

1. Select the percentage values you will round, and click Kutools > Round.

2. In the opening Round without Formula dialog box, type 4 into the Decimal place box, select one option as you need in the Option section, and click the Ok button. See below screenshot:
And now all selected percentage values are rounded up/down/even to two decimal places.

Kutools for Excel - Includes more than 300 handy Excel tools. Full feature free trial 60-day, no credit card required! Get it now!

Notes:
(1) For rounding percentage values to N decimal places, please enter N+2 into the Decimal place box. For example, for rounding to 1 decimal places, please enter 3 (=1+2) into the Decimal place box.
(2) If rounding results are not in percentage format, please select the rounding results and click the Percentage button; if rounding results are not with specific decimal place, please select the rounding results, and click the  Increase Decimal button or  Decrease Decimal button. See screenshot:


Round percentage values to two decimal places with/without formulas

In this section I will recommend Kutools for Excel’s Operation utility to round percentage values to specific decimal places with or without formulas, and overwrite original percentage values in Excel. Please do as follows:

Kutools for Excel - Combines more than 300 Advanced Functions and Tools for Microsoft Excel

1. Select the percentage values you will round, and click Kutools > More (in Editing group) > Operation. See screenshot:

2. In the Operation Tools dialog box, please click to highlight the Rounding in the Operation box, type 4 into the Operand section, and click the Ok button.

Notes:
(1) For rounding percentage values to N decimal places, please enter N+2 into the box in the Operand section. For example, for rounding to 1 decimal places, please enter 3 (=1+2).
(2) You can round the percentage values with or without formulas:

If uncheck the Create formulas option:

If check the Create formulas option:

Kutools for Excel - Includes more than 300 handy Excel tools. Full feature free trial 60-day, no credit card required! Get it now!

(3) If rounding results are not in percentage format, please select the rounding results and click the Percentage button; if rounding results are not with specific decimal place, please select the rounding results, and click the  Increase Decimal button or  Decrease Decimal button. See screenshot:


Demo: round percentage values to two decimal places in Excel

In this Video, the Kutools tab and the Kutools Plus tab are added by Kutools for Excel. If need it, please click here to have a 60-day free trial without limitation!


Easily add percentage sign to numbers without multiplying 100 in Excel

Normally we add percentage sign to numbers by changing number formatting, and this method will show 6.1 as 610%. But Kutools for Excel’s Add Text utility can help you easily add mass percentage signs to multiple numbers without multiplying 100. Full Feature Free Trial 60-day!
ad add text percentage sign


Related articles:


Recommended Productivity Tools

Ribbon of Excel (with Kutools for Excel installed)

300+ Advanced Features Increase Your Productivity by 70%, and Help You To Stand Out From Crowd!

Would you like to complete your daily work quickly and perfectly? Kutools For Excel brings 300+ cool and powerful advanced features (Combine workbooks, sum by color, split cell contents, convert date, and so on...) for 1500+ work scenarios, helps you solve 80% Excel problems.

  •  Deal with all complicated tasks in seconds, help to enhance your work ability, get success from the fierce competition, and never worry about being fired.
  •  Save a lot of work time, leave much time for you to love and care the family and enjoy a comfortable life now.
  •  Reduce thousands of keyboard and mouse clicks every day, relieve your tired eyes and hands, and give you a healthy body.
  •  Become an Excel expert in 3 minutes, and get admiring glance from your colleagues or friends.
  •  No longer need to remember any painful formulas and VBA codes, have a relaxing and pleasant mind, give you a thrill you've never had before.
  •  Spend only $39, but worth than $4000 training of others. Being used by 110,000 elites and 300+ well-known companies.
  •  60-day unlimited free trial. 60-day money back guarantee. Free upgrade and support for 2 years. Buy once, use forever.
  •  Change the way you work now, and give you a better life immediately!

Office Tab Brings Efficient And Handy Tabs to Office (include Excel), Just Like Chrome, Firefox, And New IE

  • Increases your productivity by 50% when viewing and editing multiple documents.
  • Reduce hundreds of mouse clicks for you every day, say goodbye to mouse hand.
  • Open and create documents in new tabs of same window, rather than in new windows.
  • Help you work faster and easily stand out from the crowd! One second to switch between dozens of open documents!
Say something here...
symbols left.
You are guest ( Sign Up? )
or post as a guest, but your post won't be published automatically.
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.

Be the first to comment.