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I am doing a formula that takes a cost x a mark up % to get a sell price.

$11.47 x 1.35 = $15.48. I then need to go and copy and paste values to remove the mark up for my customers. When I do this, it gives me $15.4845 which throws off my lot dollars. Is there anyway to mark this to only calculate to 2 decimal places?

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Change the number format of the cells to $0.00 or in your formula use the worksheet function ROUND(number, decimal places).

So your formula would change from:

=(G9*$G$1)

to

=ROUND(G9*$G$1, 2)
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The first option will change the way the number looks without changing the value, the second will change the actual value. – nutsch Nov 6 '12 at 1:00
    
Where in my formula would I put the function? Here is what my formula looks like: (G9*$G$1) – Nicki Nov 9 '12 at 19:52
    
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! – Nicki Nov 12 '12 at 17:10

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