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Hello- I need assistance creating a formula to determine the %'s of Column CA Tier for CA, CA1,CA2, and CA3


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  • Mark Cronk
    Mark Cronk ✭✭✭✭✭✭
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    Sure @Erick Gutierrez ,

    The formula in the % row would be:

    CA =MA7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    COMM =COMM7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    ASO =ASO7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    WP =WP7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    Copy and paste that into the other 3 columns. Then change the 1st MA to COMM, ASO, and WP. The "$"s in the formula keep that range from changing when you copy it across - a static reference.

    Based on your image I'm assuming that the counts are in Row 7. If they aren't you'll need to change the number in the formula to the right row.

    Work?

    Mark


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  • Nic Larsen
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    Try this - adjust the formula in bold for each Tier type:

    =COUNTIF([CA Tier]:[CA Tier], "CA") / COUNT([CA Tier]:[CA Tier])

  • Mark Cronk
    Mark Cronk ✭✭✭✭✭✭
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    Sure @Erick Gutierrez ,

    The formula in the % row would be:

    CA =MA7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    COMM =COMM7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    ASO =ASO7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    WP =WP7/sum($MA$7:$WP$7)

    Copy and paste that into the other 3 columns. Then change the 1st MA to COMM, ASO, and WP. The "$"s in the formula keep that range from changing when you copy it across - a static reference.

    Based on your image I'm assuming that the counts are in Row 7. If they aren't you'll need to change the number in the formula to the right row.

    Work?

    Mark


    I'm grateful for your "Vote Up" or "Insightful". Thank you for contributing to the Community.

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