Range maths function

cwng3

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Hi,

I want to mulitiple each element in the range by 100. How can I do it ?

I want to see if any way to avoid looping.

Thanks

TT
 

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Put 100 in a cell by itself.
Copy it.
Select the range of cells you want to multiply by 100.
Select Edit, Paste Special, Multiply.

You're done.

Hope that helps!
 
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That's the only way I can think of doing it without looping through each cell you select to multiply.
 
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