## How do you change decimal places in Excel 2010?

How to Insert Decimal Points Automatically in Excel 2010

- Click the File tab and then click Excel Options.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Select the Automatically Insert a Decimal Point check box in the Editing Options section.
- (Optional) Type a new number in the Places text box or use the spinner buttons to change the value.

## How do you keep 3 decimal places in Excel?

Select the cell with a number (B2) and in the Ribbon, go to Home > Number Format. 2. In the Format Cells window, enter the number of decimal places (for example, 3) and click OK.

**How do I make Excel have 2 decimal places?**

This all comes down to formatting, and thankfully, it really couldn’t be easier.

- Open Excel and enter a new or existing workbook.
- Select the the column you’d like to add decimal points to.
- Right-click and select Format Cells.
- Under the Number tab, choose Currency.
- The number of decimal places should be set to 2.

### How do you fix a decimal problem in Excel?

Fixing the Decimal Point

- Display the Excel Options dialog box.
- At the left of the dialog box click Advanced.
- Under Editing Options, make sure that the Automatically Insert a Decimal Point check box is selected.
- Using the Places control, specify how many decimal places Excel should assume.
- Click the OK button.

### How do I get Excel to only show 2 decimal places?

If you wanted to use the number from cell A2 and have it rounded to two decimal places, you could enter =ROUND(A2,2). Or, if you want to divide cell B2 by cell C2, and round the result to 3 decimals, you would use =ROUND(B2/C2,3).

**How do I keep 2 decimal places in Excel?**

## How do I limit digits in Excel?

Use Data Validation function to limit number of digits in Excel

- Select the cells you want to limit digits, click Data > Data Validations > Data Validation.
- Under the Settings tab, select Text length from Allow drop-down list, choose between in Data drop-down list, in Minimum and Maximum textbox, type the number you use.

## How do I fix digits in Excel?

To do this, follow these steps:

- Right-click target cell, and then click Format Cells.
- On the Number tab, select Text, and then click OK.
- Then type a long number. ( Be sure to set the cell format before you type the number)
- If you do not want to see the warning arrows, click the small arrow, and then click Ignore Error.

**How do I show only 2 decimal places in Excel?**

Right click the selected cells, and select the Format Cells from the right-clicking menu. 3. In the coming Format Cells dialog box, go to the Number tab, click to highlight the Number in the Category box, and then type a number in the Decimal Places box.

### How do you round off 2 decimal places in Excel?

Head to Formulas > Math & Trig, and then choose either the “ROUNDUP” or “ROUNDDOWN” function from the dropdown menu. Enter the number (or cell) you want to round in the “Number” field. Enter the number of digits to which you want to round in the “Num_digits” field.

### How do I stop Excel from rounding up whole numbers?

Work-around: To stop Excel from rounding whole numbers, click the Increase Decimal button in the Home > Number tab. Increase the decimal place until the desired number of decimal places is displayed.

**How do I fix the digits after a decimal in Excel?**

You can do as follows: INT function: In a blank cell besides the value you will remove digits after decimal, enter the formula =INT(E2), and the drag the Fill Handle to the range you need. Notes: (1) In the formula =INT(E2), E2 is the cell that you will remove digits after decimal.

## How do I get rid of extra numbers after decimal in Excel?

## How do you round to 1 decimal place in Excel?

Click the cell where you want your rounded result to go. Head to Formulas > Math & Trig, and then choose either the “ROUNDUP” or “ROUNDDOWN” function from the dropdown menu. Enter the number (or cell) you want to round in the “Number” field.

**Why is Excel rounding my decimals?**

Some numbers having one or more decimal places may appear to rounded on your worksheet. If this isn’t the result of applying a rounding function, this can happen when the column isn’t wide enough for the entire number.