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    Percentage added to a column help please

    My worksheet has "my cost" price in column F, In column G is selling price. Is there a formula I can use to "add" a percentage and have it put that price in the G column.

    Example: say I wanted to mark it up 25% over my cost and have that marked up selling price display in column G ?


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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    v F G H
    1 Cost Sell Price
    2 15 18.75
    3 12 15
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    5 Formula in G2 =F2*1.25
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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    Thank you very much!
    Last edited by Hollywood691; 09-25-2016 at 07:54 AM.

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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    I hope it's ok to add a question to this thread:

    Using the formula givin works perfectly to what I needed.
    Part 2 question now.....
    Column- F = my cost
    Column- G = selling price
    Column- H = msrp
    Column- I = map price

    Adding the percentage to my cost is working exactly like I need, But....sometimes the percentage comes out to more than msrp (we dont want that),....and sometimes it will be Under the msrp (which is good, what I want)
    but under map price also (cant have that). Is there a formula I can use to accomplish all this? To stay well above cost, under or at retail if need be, but at or above map pricing.

    percentage.jpg

    Thank you for all your help here, this forum is great!

    Brent
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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    What do you want the answer to be if the selling price is over the msrp?

    What do you want the answer to be if the selling price is under the map price? BTW: What is a map price?

    Give us some examples of what you want.

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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    if its over msrp, then the answer should be to just equal retail price.

    if the sell price is under map price, the answer should equal map price. Map price is "Minimum Advertised Price" set by mfg. so you are not supposed to advertise and sell under map pricing

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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    Here is an example.....Not all items have a map price.....Hope that kinda explains Allan

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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    In G2: =IF(F2*1.25>H2,H2,IF(F2*1.25<I2,I2,F2*1.25)) and copy down.

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    Re: Percentage added to a column help please

    You are an absolute wizard! Thank you so so very much, now I think everything works for me exactly like I need it to. I appreciate it!! It wont let me give you another rep., but I tried.


    Thank you!!!!
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