## How do I remove #value error in Excel?

Remove spaces that cause #VALUE!

- Select referenced cells. Find cells that your formula is referencing and select them.
- Find and replace.
- Replace spaces with nothing.
- Replace or Replace all.
- Turn on the filter.
- Set the filter.
- Select any unnamed checkboxes.
- Select blank cells, and delete.

**How do you round off numbers 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 am I getting a #value in Excel?**

The #VALUE! error appears when a value is not the expected type. This can occur when cells are left blank, when a function that is expecting a number is given a text value, and when dates are treated as text by Excel. The #VALUE error is a bit tricky because some functions automatically ignore invalid data.

### How do you round to the nearest 5 in Excel?

Round to nearest 5

- To round a number down to nearest 5: =FLOOR(A2, 5)
- To round a number up to nearest 5: =CEILING(A2, 5)
- To round a number up or down to nearest 5: =MROUND(A2, 5)

**How do you round off decimal numbers?**

There are certain rules to follow when rounding a decimal number. Put simply, if the last digit is less than 5, round the previous digit down. However, if it’s 5 or more than you should round the previous digit up. So, if the number you are about to round is followed by 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 round the number up.

**What does #num mean in Excel?**

Excel shows this error when a formula or function contains numeric values that aren’t valid. This often happens when you’ve entered a numeric value using a data type or a number format that’s not supported in the argument section of the formula.

## How do I change error 0 in Excel?

You can use the Go To Special feature to select all cells that contain Error value. Then you can type zero in formula bar, and press Ctrl + Enter keys to apply the same formula to replace errors with zero value.

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