I currently use the free online (web-based) version of MS Excel through Google Docs. I recently made a spreadsheet to input medical billing stuff and have come across some annoying problems that I'm wondering if anyone has experience with and could help me resolve: 1.) I have one column labeled "bill total," where I input what I paid for various prescription drugs, doctor co-pays, and other medical services. However, a random thing happens sometimes where I'll input a total and it will automatically round that number upwards. So, for example, I had a $6.xx (six dollar something - I'm too lazy to pull it up right now to find the exact amount) and the spreadsheet just turns it into $7. Yet, oddly, it didn't do this for other totals under the same column. I also know it's not because those totals were below the rounding point. Many totals are XX.9X in them, where I know for sure it should be rounded if the entire column were somehow formatted to be rounded. I never tried to format any rows or columns to be rounded however (I don't actually know how to even do that), yet some cells are mysteriously rounded and I cannot input an exact total. 2.) Similar to the rounding problem, some when I type in $0.00 in many cells, it becomes $0 sometimes. Thus, I have $0 and $0.00 in various cells with no discernible pattern as to why some automatically turn into the $0 amount. Yes, I know both are the SAME amount, but I just like visual consistency! lol ...Also, I'm just curious why it would do that to begin with. 3.) Lastly, when I input dates, I usually do the following format: XX/XX/XX Again, this is a consistency problem, where if I try to enter the following: 01/08/17, it could come out as 01/08/17 sometimes and at other times 01/8/17 (missing a 0 in front of the 8). Again, I know they are the same thing, but I'm just genuinely curious why it does this and also if it can be fixed for consistency sake! For any Excel experts out there, thanks so much for your time, help and input!! Greatly appreciate it guys.