I'm working on a school project for which I need to print out squares in very exact sizes. One needed to be 2 1/8" and one needed to be 2 3/8". I created a box for each in Pages, and since there's no way to enter fractions, I entered 2.125 for one and 2.375 for the other. I happened to notice the first one rounded down to 2.12 and the second rounded up to 2.38. As these squares will be compared with each other, the way it rounded down for one and up for the other results in a difference of .01", which in this particular circumstance is significant. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to tell Pages not to round up or down the size of a box. When I learned math, we learned to always round up when faced with .5 increments. Am I wrong about this? It's late at night and my brain is a bit frazzled. I am looking for a pattern here, and I can't find it. Here are two charts where I entered widths into the Inspector box for a box in Pages. The next column shows what Pages rounded the number to. And then the next box shows whether it went up or down. I don't see the pattern, but I'm probably missing something. Or is there a bug? Thanks! Edit: I just tried these in the Calculator app (not the widget), where you can set the number of decimal places, and it always and reliably rounds up when faced with .5.