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How can I round up time ( I have hours and minutes )
I want 14:32 to round up 15:00
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=TIME(HOUR(A1),0,0)
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=ROUND(A1*24/0.5 ,0)*0.5 /24 - to round up every 30 mins

=ROUND(A1*24/0.5 ,0)*0.25 /24 - to round up every 15 mins

=ROUND(A1*24/0.5 ,0)*0.05 /24 - to round up every 3 mins


Don't forget the [hh]:mm formatting
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Sorry I should have had

=TIME(HOUR(A1)+1,0,0)
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