Efficient way to convert percent to number

srosk

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Columns D-J contain values currently in the percent format. Changing format to number, updates it to .08 for instance. I know I can multiply by 100 in another cell, then copy/paste... but is there a better way to accomplish this? Tia
 

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Enter 100 in a cell, copy, select the values of interest, Paste > Paste Special, tick Multiply. Then you can delete the 100.
 
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