To round the number itself, use the Math.Round static method.

For example, Math.Round(123.45678, 3) produces 123.457.

To leave the number with its full precision, but print a rounded number, use

String.Format().

For example, String.Format("{0:0.000}", 123.45678) produces the string

"123.457"

One caution: the Math.Round() function uses "banker's rounding" which,

rounds to even digits if the number is halfway between; for example,

123.4565 and 123.4555 both round to 123.456.

However, the String.Format() function appears to round up, so that 123.4565

rounds to "123.457".

HTH,

Tom Dacon

Dacon Software Consulting

"Dooglo" <Do****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

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I've forgotten.

How do I round off numbers from an equation or round off to the third

decimal point for instance.

eg.

answers number is 12345.678910

I would like to see answer as 12345.67 or .68

Thanks