The Excel Roundup function rounds a supplied number up, away from zero, to a specified number of decimal places.
The syntax of the function is:
Where the arguments are listed in the following table :
|number||-||The initial number.|
The above arguments can be supplied to the Roundup function as either simple numbers, references to cells containing numbers, or as values returned from other functions or formulas.
The following spreadsheet shows the Excel Roundup function used with different argument values:
The above examples show how the Roundup function always rounds up, away from zero - ie. a positive number becomes more positive and a negative number becomes more negative.
Further information on the Excel Roundup Function is provided on the Microsoft Office website.