Microsoft Excel – rounding to the nearest 50p

If you want to round monetary figures to the nearest 50p or the nearest 25p you can use the MROUND function which takes a number and rounds it to the desired multiple.

The syntax for this function is MROUND(Number,multiple). So to round to the nearest 50p:

=MROUND(C2,0.5)

MROUND function

And to round to the nearest 25p:

=MROUND(C2,0.25)

MROUND Function

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