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Let's say we have an array of nubmers

 $9,333.00 
 $5,733.00 
 $21,333.00 
 $21,833.00 

How can we make them round up to

 $9,500.00 
 $6,000.00 
 $25,500.00 
 $22,000.00 
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    I assume example 3 is a typo. 21,333 rounds to 25,000, should that be 21,500? – barry houdini Mar 2 '12 at 15:23
  • I agree here with @barryhoudini, I don't think the data you have is possible – Raystafarian Mar 2 '12 at 19:39
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Excel's ceiling function can do this: If 9333 were in A1, the formula =ceiling(a1,500) would return 9500.

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If the numbers are in A1 to A4, place

=INT((A1+499)/500)*500

in B1 and copy this formula down.

This rounds to the nearest 500. Replace 499 by N-1 and 500 by N to round to the nearest N.

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