Rounding adjustments may be necessary if a report is generated in whole pounds or one of the other rounding options available in the report settings. How a report is displayed is also affected by the processing order of calculations in relation to rounding.
You can specify a level of rounding for the numerical values in a report on the Settingstab of the report definition.
If you select a rounding option for a report, you may have to make rounding adjustments, which involves setting the calculation priority and processing order.
For example, if calculations are performed before rounding, the balance sheet may balance, but not foot. If rounding is performed before calculations, the balance sheet will foot. However, the two sections (assets compared to liabilities and equity) may not balance. For more information about rounding adjustments, see Adjust rounding in a row definition .
Note 

The term footmeans to total down to the row calculation. The term crossfootmeans to total across, rolling up the child units to the parent unit. 
Change the level of rounding used in your report

In Report Designer, open the report definition to modify. Click the Settingstab.

In the Rounding precisionfield, select a rounding option for the report. For a description of rounding options and examples, see the rounding options and the example later in this topic.
Rounding options
The following table describes the rounding options.
Rounding Option 
Rounding Example 

No Rounding 
$1,117,691,601.48 
Whole Pounds 
$1,117,691,601 
Nearest Hundred 
$1,117,691,600 
Thousands (000.0) 
$1,117,691.6 
Whole Thousands (000) 
$1,117,692 
Millions 
$1,117.7 
Whole Millions 
$1,118 
Billions 
$1.1 
Whole Billions 
$1 
Examples
When you round a report, you can select to round the report values before or after totalling, and you can select to round the reporting units before or after rolling up to the parent unit. The following table identifies the different rounding option combinations and the effect on rounding differences.
Rounding Selections 
Foot? 
Crossfoot? 

Roll up Rounded Values in the Tree 
No 
Yes 
This section shows examples of how totals and roll ups perform using the different rounding option combinations. In all cases, Management Reporter consistently totals the parent unit rows after rolling up the child units.
The following table displays report values that are notrounded. All reports foot and crossfoot to the Combined report.
Accounts 
U.S. 
Canada 
Combined 

Cash 
1413.48 
1201.20 
2614.68 
Accounts Receivable 
287.37 
100.40 
387.77 
Prepaid Expenses 
112.47 
200.05 
312.52 
Total Current Assets 
1813.32 
1501.65 
3314.97 
The following table contains two examples that do notuse rounded values in calculations and totals.
Example 1 
Example 2 


Roll up Rounded Values in the Tree 


U.S. 
Canada 
Combined 
U.S. 
Canada 
Combined 
Cash 
1413 
1201 
2614 
1413 
1201 
2615 
Accounts Receivable 
287 
100 
387 
287 
100 
388 
Prepaid Expenses 
112 
200 
312 
112 
200 
313 
Total Current Assets 
1813 
1502 
3313 
1813 
1502 
3315 