How to add a percentage in Excel?
- January 17, 2022 at 9:44 AM #5139Santhosh Kumar DKeymaster@santhosh
In Microsoft Excel, you can use a formula to add a percentage to a number. For example, if you want to add 20% to a number, you can use a formula as follows:
In the above example, we have entered formula to calculate a return of 20% of the initial number from cell B2 and then added it to the initial number to obtain an end value in cell C2.
If you want to calculate just the percentage of a number without adding it to the initial number, you can simply change the formula as follows:
To copy the same formula down the column, click cell C2, move the mouse cursor over the small square green box at the lower-right corner of the selected cell, click and drag it down the column.
If you need to decrease the number by 20%, simply replace the
+sign in the formula in cell C2 to a minus
-sign. Then click and drag it down to copy the updated formula to cells down the column.
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