## How to use the FIX function [VBA]

The FIX function removes the decimals from the argument.

### Excel Function VBA Syntax

Fix(*number*)

### Arguments

number |
Required. Is a Double or any valid numeric expression. If number is 0 (zero) then 0 (zero) is returned. |

### Comments

I used the following macro to show how the Fix function behaves with different arguments.

Sub Macro1() For Each cell In Range("B3:B12") cell.Offset(, 1) = Fix(cell.Value) Next cell End Sub

### Formula equation

Fix(number) = Sgn(number) * Int(Abs(number))

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In Office 365 it is a function named FIXED who do same things.

No. That is no true

If first digit of decimals are >= 5, rezult of FIXED is number + 1

24.5 -> =FIXED(24.5,0,0)=25

-148.69 -> =FIXED(-148.69,0,0)=-149