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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If field A1 is the old value and A2 is the new value, then the formula for A3 (% change) is:=(A2-A1)/A1*100You can remove the *100 if you want to format the field to the Percent type.
Posted on Oct 11, 2011
Assuming that the Original Value is in cell A1, and the New Value is in cell B1, then the formula for % Change pin Value is =(B1/A1)-1.Format the value in % style and you're done.Rgds,Scott
Posted on Nov 23, 2011
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calculators you do not usually get percents. Instead, you get values
which can be converted to a percent. For example what percent is 245 out
of 987. You divide 245/987=.248. This is essentially the same as saying
24.8 percent. You move the decimal over 2 values. You can also round to
get a nice percent number such as 25 percent.
If you are trying to put in a percent lets say you have to find 47% of 80. You just multiply .47 * 80= 38.4
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