This article describes how to go from a standard table...

...to a table where for selected statistics the data is rounded to a specified number of decimal places:

## Requirements

A table.

## Method

1. Select your table.

2. Go to **Properties**** > RULES** on the **object inspector**.

3. To apply the rule, select the **Plus (+) > Modify Cell Content > Round Data**.

4. Enter the number of **Decimals places to round**.

5. OPTIONAL: Tick **Apply to all statistics**.

6. If you wish to apply to specific statistics only, leave **Apply to marginal statistics** ticked and enter the relevant statistics under **Apply only to**.

7. Press **OK**.

Please note the following:

- This rule rounds to the nearest multiple of 10. For example, with no decimal places, it rounds to the nearest integer.
- From time to time, you may experience inconsistent results due to the influence that your operating system settings and your computer's process have on rounding.
- Significance tests are conducted on the results prior to the modification.
- You can choose to modify all numeric statistics shown on the table, or you can select a set of statistics to modify.
- You can also choose whether or not marginal statistics (Statistics - Below and Statistics - Right) are included in the modification.
- A footnote is added to explain which statistics have been modified in this way.

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