Dim A,B,C as double
B = 5000
C = 400000    

A= Round(B/ C,3)
A = .0125  When I round it three places though, I get .012  What I want is .013  When I use this line of code instead
A= Round(CSng(B/ C,3) I get the desired result of A = .013

Is this the correct way to get the numbers to round up?
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Avoid evaluations inside of functions.  Small rounding errors will result.  Instead, do your calculation first, then pass the result to Round().

Dim A As Double, B As Double, C As Double, D As Double
B = 5000
C = 400000
D = B / C
A = Round(D, 3)

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LJ083198Author Commented:
Sometimes the answer is so easy.....
Have fun....

Try this:

MsgBox Round(1 / 2, 0)
MsgBox Round(3 / 2, 0)
MsgBox Round(5 / 2, 0)
MsgBox Round(7 / 2, 0)
MsgBox Round(9 / 2, 0)

Result: 0, 2, 2, 4, 4

Great eh?

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