VBA..Type Mismatch when subtracting 2 Percentages

ilcaa

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i have 2 different functions, each produces a number the is formatted as a percent "0.0%"

i am trying to run a sub that subtracts these 2 percentages, but it returns a Type Mismatch error. How can i correct this.
I need to have the 2 functions formatted as "0.0%"
 

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thanks Austin, but i changed it from format(a,"0.0%") to FormatPercent(a) and I still get the same Type MisMatch error message when i subtract the 2 percentages...
 
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