
Re: Rounding up wire cut lengths
Peter Swan Jun 21, 2010 7:50 PM (in response to Peter Swan)Well, I sort of figured it out eventually....
1) added a column  entered equation: ={1}#'LENGTH'/100 and called the column "LENGTH/100"
Where LENGTH is the routed wire length returned in my cut list table
the # in front of 'LENGTH' strips the mm out of the column and delivers a number that I can work with
the {1} gives me a precision of 1 decimal place
so, for a cell with "LENGTH" of "2789.68mm" this equation gave me a calculated value of 27.9
2) added second column next to "COLUMN/100" and entered equation: ='LENGTH/100'*100+10 "mm", called this one UPPED
this multiples the value figured out in (1) above by 100 and thankfully doesn't add the precision back in (ie 27.9 x 100 = 2790, not 2879.68)
then I add 10 for good measure
and lastly the "mm" adds back the units to the answer
Wella... 2879.68 becomes 2800
I then go and hide the other 2 columns.....
See attached jpegs for the result

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