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    I am planning to derive an answer in percentage in excel by using excel formula. Basically, I am trying to select a specific number from a cell, then add that specific number and then divide to get percentage.
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    In the excel sheet from total 5 cells - if Cell A1 has 100, Cell A2 has 100, Cell A5 has 100 - then select those 3 numbers from A1, A2, A5 and add them (100 + 100 + 100 = 300) then divide 5 and take that answer as percentage & in this case - 300 / 5 = 60
    Can you share a formula by using select or another manner. Thank for your assistance.

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    Welcome to the forum.


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    Thank you AliGW. I had to post in that forum as initially, I couldnt find an option to post a new question. Hence I posted in another forum. But =SUMIF(P7:P12,H15,P7:P12)/5/100 formula helped me. I will close this post.

    By the way, I was trying to close this question, I am not sure if I am seeing in the right spot, I dont see an option to close it. May be you can let me know please.
    Last edited by mgroms; 2021-10-13 at 10:10 PM.

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    There is no way to mark a thread as solved here - sorry.

    Please just take note of the rules here and on the other forum and follow them. Thank you.
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