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How to calculate with rounded values in Excel?

Author: Sun Last Modified: 2022-10-25

In Excel, if a cell contains a number like 0. 88635, you may format it as 89% or 0.89, and when you used this rounded cell in a formula, the formula will calculate by using its actual value 0. 88635 but not the rounded value 0.89. Here in this tutorial, it tells you the method to always calculate with the rounded values in Excel.

Calculate with rounded values in Excel by ticking an option

Calculate with rounded values in Excel by using Kutools for Excel

Note: the methods provided in this tutorial are tested in Excel 2021, there may be some different in different Excel verisions.

Calculate with rounded values in Excel by ticking an option

1. Click File > Options to enable the Excel Options window.

2. Click the Advanced tab, then go to the right section to scroll to the When calculating this workbook, then tick Set precision as displayed checkbox, then a dialog pops to warn you the calculation may lose accuracy. Click OK > OK.
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Calculate with rounded values in Excel by using Kutools for Excel

If you just want to calculate with rounded values in some cells, you can apply the To Actual feature of Kutools for Excel.

Select the values that you want to calculate with displayed values, and click Kutools > To Actual. Then the values will be converted to the displayed values.
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