When it comes to talking about Microsoft Access, it seems that two tiny versions of me *poof* into existence, each sitting on a shoulder. The guy on my right wears a suit and always reminds me how great of a tool Access is because it empowers small organizations to develop productivity and information systems. The other guy, sporting a “l337 h4x0r“ tee and cut-off jeans, screams in my ear that “Access is a complete abomination“ and that the tools to create applications should not be put in the hands of laymen.

For some odd reason, as I'm about to post this currency-rounding Access function (discovered by **Jeff Smith**), the business-savvy mini-me didn't even bother showing up ...

Function roundoff(x) Dim frac As String, Result As String Dim LenFrac As Integer frac = x - Fix(x) frac = frac * 1000 frac = Fix(frac) If Left(frac, 1) = "-" Then LenFrac = Right(frac, Len(frac) - 1) If Len(LenFrac) = 2 Then frac = "-0" & LenFrac ElseIf Len(LenFrac) = 1 Then frac = "-00" & LenFrac End If Else If Len(frac) = 2 Then frac = "0" & frac ElseIf Len(frac) = 1 Then frac = "00" & frac End If End If If x > 0 Then If Right(frac, 1) > 4 Then frac = Left(frac, 2) + 1 Else frac = Left(frac, 2) End If Else If Right(frac, 1) > 4 Then frac = Left(frac, 3) - 1 Else frac = Left(frac, 3) End If End If frac = Format(frac / 100, "@@") Result = Fix(x) + frac roundoff = Result End Function