In excel I am wondering how what formula I would use to figure out daily sales percentages.?

lmwhi

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I have it set up where columns B-H are labeled Sunday-Saturday, and under them are their daily sales numbers.
I want to figure out a formula so I can figure out what Sunday-Saturday are in terms of weekly sales. Like Sunday is 40% of weekly sales, and monday is 15%. Does anyone have any suggestions?
 

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steve the fish

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Adjust these cell references to suit:

=IFERROR(SUM(B1:B50/SUM($B$1:$H$50)),0)
 

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