## How do you round to the nearest number?

Here’s the general rule for rounding:

**What does round to the nearest number mean?**

Rounding means making a number simpler but keeping its value close to what it was. The result is less accurate, but easier to use. Example: 73 rounded to the nearest ten is 70, because 73 is closer to 70 than to 80.

### How do you round a number to the nearest integer?

Rounding to the Nearest Integer The most common type of rounding is to round to the nearest integer. The rule for rounding is simple: look at the digits in the tenth’s place (the first digit to the right of the decimal point).

**What is 0.05 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

The decimal 0.05 rounded to the nearest whole number is 0.

The number 983.491 rounded to the nearest whole number is 983.

**What is 3.5 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

3.57 rounded to the nearest whole number is 4.

## What is 1.086 rounded to the nearest whole number?

If 1.086 was rounded to the nearest whole number, the correct answer would be 1. Breaking this down, if 1.086 is rounded to 1.09, and then 1.1, this results in an answer of 1 because the number after the decimal would need to be 5 or higher for the whole number answer to be 2.

**What is 3.4 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

Example Showing Rounding to the Nearest Whole Number

### What is 7.9 rounded to the nearest whole number?

8

**What is 7.16 rounded to the nearest tenth?**

7.20

Rounding to decimal places

**What is 5.8 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

For example, the decimal number 5.8 rounded to the nearest integer is 6.

## How do I mail to 2 decimal places?

If you want to round to two decimal places, use #0.00 in your merge field. If you want the number to have a dollar sign before it (for anything that is money), use #$# in your merge field.

**How do I fix decimal places in mail merge?**

In order to retain the two decimal places during mail merge, follow the instructions below: Press alt+f9 > Insert the field code # “0.00” after the title of the merge field that needs to be limited to two digits after the decimal point.

### How do I reduce decimal places in Word?

**How do I get rid of decimal places in mail merge?**

To remove from all cents (decimals) in amount fields in a Raiser’s Edge Mail function:

Click the Table Tools’ Layout tab, select Data and then click Formula. Click the Number Format menu and select 0.00 for two decimals. Delete the default =SUM(ABOVE) formula and type the formula you used in Excel based on the cell locations in Word’s table. In this example, the formula is =AVERAGE(B2,B3).

**How do I change the decimal point in a table in Word?**

Double click at the ruler where you want your decimal point to be. You will then notice a decimal tab appears on the ruler. In the following “Tabs” dialog box, select “Decimal” under “Alignment” and make sure you select “1 None” under “Leader”. And then click “OK”.

## How do I keep percentage formatting in Mail Merge?

Formatting in Word You can change the decimal fraction (eg 0.738) to a percentage (73.8) in Word. To do it embed the MERGEFIELD inside another Word field. This lets you multiply the number coming from Excel by 100 before formatting. Remember to press Ctrl + F9 to make the field ” not the curly brackets on the keyboard.

**How do you mail merge and keep formatting in Excel?**

Method 2

### How do you merge formatting in Word?

Click on the “Merge Formatting” icon under the Paste Options section of the context menu. The pasted text will now align with the current style for that section of your document. Formatting will be retained for bold, italicized, underlined, listed and hyperlinked text.

**How do I use mail merge in Word?**

How to Use Mail Merge in Microsoft Word

There are six steps in the mail merge wizard:

**Where is mail merge Excel?**

You can insert one or more mail merge fields that pull the information from your spreadsheet into your document. Go to Mailings > Insert Merge Field. Add the field you want.

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