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Al Long

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You folks have been VERY helpful to me with these forumlas, now I have another.

I have 3 columns with number of forms processed, # of forms that were complete and # of forms that were incomplete. What I want to show in a seperate column is the % of incomplete forms from the total processed.

BIG thanks in advance
 

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jcvoth

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Assuming you are using column A, B, and C and you want the # of C out of B+C, I would put :

=c/b

now, if you want a total percentage, you'd have to do something like

=sum(c:c)/sum(a:a)
 
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