Roundup to the nearest 5?
Round(Number [, N]): If N is omitted or 0, Number is rounded to the nearest integer. If N is positive number, Number is rounded to N decimal places. If N is negative, Number is rounded by N digits to the left of the decimal point. For example, Round(345, -1) is 350 and Round (345, -2) is 300. Unlike Transform Round, the result has no .000 suffix whenever N is omitted or less than 1. In v1.0.44.01+, a value of N greater than zero displays exactly N decimal places rather than obeying SetFormat. To avoid this, perform another math operation on Round()'s return value; for example: Round(3.333, 1)+0.
Nevermind, this wouldn't keep your '105' at 105, but I left it up instead of ereasing it incase it was still of value to you.