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Rounding to the Nearest Half Dollar in Excel

To round to the nearest half dollar in Excel, you can use the ROUND function. The ROUND function takes two arguments: the number you want to round and the number of decimal places to round to. To round to the nearest half dollar, you'll want to round to the nearest 0.5.

For example, if you have a cell with the value $4.37, you can use the following formula to round it to the nearest half dollar:

=ROUND(4.37,1)

This will give you a result of $4.40.

If you have a range of cells that you want to round to the nearest half dollar, you can use the ROUND function in an array formula. An array formula is a formula that can operate on multiple values at once. To enter an array formula, you need to press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER after typing in your formula (instead of just ENTER).

For example, if your range of cells is A1:A10, and each cell contains a value that you want to round to the nearest half dollar, you can use the following array formula:

=ROUND(A1:A10,1)

Remember to press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER after typing in this formula!

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