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Excel ROMAN Function

Excel ROMAN function
The Excel ROMAN function converts a number to a Roman numeral as text. For example, the formula =ROMAN(4) returns IV.
Converts numbers to Roman numerals
Return value 
A Roman numeral in text
=ROMAN (number, [form])
  • number - Number (in Arabic numeral) you want to convert to Roman numeral.
  • form - [optional] The type of Roman numeral you want.
Usage notes 

The ROMAN function converts a number to a Roman numeral. For example,:

=ROMAN(4) // returns "IV"

Roman numbers

The table below lists available Roman numbers with their equivalent Arabic number value.

Symbol Value
I 1
V 5
X 10
L 50
C 100
D 500
M 1000

Other notes:

  • Number must be positive and less than the value 3999.
  • The ROMAN function does the opposite of the ARABIC function
  • The form argument controls whether the roman numeral is abbreviated or not. The argument is optional and the default is zero (classic non-abbreviated). The ROMAN function supports additional forms 1-4 which are progressively more concise.

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