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I have a dollar amount in one column, I want to multiply that dollar amount by .70% and have the answer autopopulate into the next column as soon as the original dollar amount is entered.
Can you help me with that please?

Answer
Dear Gail,

Please input 70% in one of the cell like B13 below and correspond to $ column multiply like below formula. Now if you change 70% to other % the result would be automatically given. Please send me your email id I would share sample file. Hope that would help.

  B13= 70%
  
A15 10   =A15*$B$13
A16 20   ;=A16*$B$13
A17 30   =A17*$B$13
A18 40   =A18*$B$13
A19 100   =A19*$B$13


Regards,
Ariful
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