Need a little help with rounding up. In A2K I have a form with a textbox that displays a security deposit. Security deposit is calculated by rounding the payment to the next $25 increment, hence a payment of 324.53 should have a security deposity of $325.00, but a payment of $325.01 should have a security deposit of $350.00. The code I am using for a datasource for txtSecurity deposit usually works correctly, but for this payment ($324.53) it rounds to $350.00. Here is the code..
txtSecDepRndTo holds the $25 incremental value.
Incidentally, if the payment is $324.49 my code rounds the Security Deposit to $325.00 as it should.
In a query I have placed functions that work fine. Now I needed to round a currency number to the nearest $10. ex. 224.49 would be 220.00. I used round(xxxxxxx,-2). this gives me an error. positive 2 works fine. What's the deal? thanks for anyone who can help me. :)
I track reports in a database. I have a date field [Approval_Date] in the database table. I want to review the reports after they have been approved for 6 months to see if the actions fixed the problem, so I created a query based on the table and used the code "6-Month Review Date: [Approval_Date]+180". This works great except that our meetings are always on Wednesday. So, is there a way to modify my code so that it calculates the 6-Month Review Date as 180 days after the Approval_Date, but then rounds up to the next Wednesday?
I've happily been working with my new switchboard only to find it tells me I am limited to 8 entries. How does one get round this - create switchboards which link to switchboards, different pages of switchboard...I've got a bit lost and would much aprreciate any advice.
My goal with this formula is to produce a number of months remaining (rounding down) by subtracting today's date from the anniversary date. The Round function I put in there seems to not work as the result is the same when I remove it.
Another thing I am also trying to accomplish is having the date pushed forward if todays date is greater than the anniversary date. In this instance, I tried adding 12 months to get it back on track. So say the anniversary date is july 4th 2015 and todays date is aug 4th 2015, well thats gonna show negative 1 but if I add 12 it should bring it to 11 months remaining -which would make sense because the anniversary month and day is fixed but the years just get pushed.
Problem: I want to "round" (to 2 decimal places) numbers 1-5 down and 6-9 up. For example:
1.915 = 1.91 1.916 = 1.92
I know this is completely screwy but I have to match numbers up to a purchasing system that seems to be doing just that.
I've researched rounding in Access a lot and I understand Bankers rounding (that won't work), I understand Int() and Fix() both don't do what I need. I've something about rounding half down (which is what I think I need) or Floor which I don't quite understand.
On one of my Access forms, a specific textbox rounds a value down if the user enters the decimal. The table field bound to it, is a long integer as to not accept decimal values.
For example = user entered .5 rounds to 0 user entered 10.5 round to 10
I would like this to behave in the opposite manner and always round up, but how??? Since users are estimating their hours for specific tasks, I would prefer any decimal value to round to the next integer. I have tried many adjustments to get this working to no avail. I did come across something about key press for decimal and to disallow user to even enter a decimal in this textbox. I would be fine with that solution as well, but could not implement as seen.
I have an expression that sets an AI Buy It Now value that is 125% of AI Value and rounds it, which follows AI Buy It Now: Round(([AI Value]*1.25)/10)*10
I need to add to this expression that I only want this calculation applied if AI Values are greater than 999. But I can't figure out how to add this stipulation to the above expression. I have tried IIF but it is not working.
I have a table of standard Circuit Breaker (CB) sizes. I then calculate a minimum CB size in a query field. I want to use that calculated minimum value to look up the next largest CB size from the table and fill a field in the query with it.
For now, I am going to add a field to the CB size table with the smallest size CB which would be assigned that standard value. I will then use a Dlookup with conditions of greater than "smallest size" and less than "standard size" fields from the CB size table.
I think this will work fine, but there must be a better way.
I am trying to round off times to the nearest half hour. To be clear, I don't want to only round down or only round up. I need the rounding to be to the nearest half hour. I want to do this in the query, not vba. I've attached a picture of the query.
I've run into a situation with our Access Database where sometimes when we import information into it from an Excel sheet the dollar amounts get rounded out. For example, the amount of $726.68 shows as that in the database but when you click on the field/cell it's in it shows as $726.6799. It doesn't do this for every field which is weird. The data from the excel sheet is not roudned out either, it shows the amount as $726.68 so it appears to be something funny going on with Access. Under the formatting area, the data type is set as currency and format is currency.
I have a timesheet database, which has the exact start time and exact end time. I want to ignore this if it is five minutes either side of the half hour, and display the exact half hour, but otherwise want to round it UP to the nearest fifteen minutes.