If you need to round a number up to the nearest specified multiple (i.e. round a number up to the nearest dollar, up to the nearest $.25, up to the nearest multiple of 5, etc.) you can use the CEILING function. In the example, the formula in cell D6...
The Excel CEILING function returns a given number rounded up to a specified multiple. For example, =CEILING(A1,5) could be used to round a price in A1 to the nearest 5 dollars. CEILING always rounds up.
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