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    Percentage is above 100%

    Hi,

    I have an average result that ends in something like: 6,153846154

    Formating the cell in percentage I end up like this 615%

    I want it to be 61,5% how to do it?

    thanks

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    Re: Percentage is above 100%

    I would suggest you divide your average by 10.
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    Re: Percentage is above 100%

    Average as a per cent? (of what?) (the total, maybe?)
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    Re: Percentage is above 100%

    Dividing by ten was easy...feeling like a fool :/

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    Re: Percentage is above 100%

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