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I want to create a basic formula to multiply one field by another. The only issue I have is one field is a formula field that I have rounded to the nearest whole number. However the results in the formula field still calculate the part numbers.

Example Wages: $701

Savings (Formula 25% of Wages):175 (decimal place = 0)

Weeks Savings Plan: 20

Total Savings(formula Savings__c * Weeks_savings_plan__c :3505

Although the figure is correct I would like the figure to be 3500 (20*175)

I've missed something off the formula. How do I get the formula to only use what is displayed in the box.

Thanks in advance

  • Are you storing the savings formula as a number or percent? – MANUELAN00 May 10 '16 at 3:53
  • @MANUELAN00 - A number – Quango Bruce May 10 '16 at 4:04
  • Can you post your formula please? – MANUELAN00 May 10 '16 at 4:07
  • Savings__c * Weeks_savings_plan__c *** Savings__c is a formula field but does not display decimal places - It is rounded to the nearest whole number. – Quango Bruce May 10 '16 at 4:14
  • The error should be in your Savings__c, can you post that one please? Depending on the type of formula a real value is stored but is shown different...If you post the formula I can help you with that... – MANUELAN00 May 10 '16 at 4:18
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You have to update your formula Savings__c to FLOOR(Wages__c * 0.25). With this you will show and save the value round a number down (0).

Keep your formula Total Savings as it is and it should be fine.

Mark it as best answer if answered your question.

Cheers.

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Total Savings = ROUND( Savings__c, 0) * Weeks_savings_plan__c

  • Thanks, This works also. I'll note them both down. Cheers – Quango Bruce May 10 '16 at 5:12

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