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Wat Function do I use to
let say I want to put in a surten % of mark- up
To calculate 30% of any number you want to multiply that number by 0.3
To do this in Excel, choose the cell you want the calculation to appear in and type "=X1*.3" where X1 is the cell with the list price in it. If all your list prices are in Column C, for example... and you want calculated trade prices in Column F... you could put "=C1*.3" in the first row of Column F and "=C2*.3" in the second row of Column F and so on...
If you have a long list, just enter the formula in the first row of Column F (or your selected column) hit ENTER, then position your cursor at the lower right corner of the F1 cell and you will see your arrow change to a crosshair. Now click and drag down the column to copy the formula down as far as you like.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
If I am doing price analysis and have List Prices but want to formulate the whole sheet that it will calculate 30% of prices to give me trade prices
How can I do this
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