The basic setting to convert a cell's value into a percentage is under Excel's Home tab. Select this tab, highlight the cell(s) you'd like to convert to a percentage, and click into the dropdown menu next to Conditional Formatting (this menu button might say "General" at first). Then, select "Percentage" from the list of options that appears. This will convert the value of each cell you've highlighted into a percentage. See this feature below. percentage-formula-in-excel Keep in mind if you're using other formulas, such as the division formula (denoted to return new values, your values might show up as decimals by default.
Simply highlight your cells before or after you perform this formula, and set these cells' format to "Percentage" from the Home tab — as shown above. 4. Subtraction To perform the subtraction formula in Excel, enter the cells you're subtracting in fax number list the format, SUM(A1, -B1). This will subtract a cell using the SUM formula by adding a negative sign before the cell you're subtracting. For example, if A1 was 10 and B1 was 6, would perform , returning a value of 4. Like percentages, subtracting doesn't have its own formula in.
Excel either, but that doesn't mean it can't be done. You can subtract any values (or those values inside cells) two different ways. Subtraction formula in Excel Using the UM formula. To subtract multiple values from one another, enter the cells you'd like to subtract in the format SUM(A1, -B1), with a negative sign (denoted with a hyphen) before the cell whose value you're subtracting. Press enter to return the difference between both cells included in the parentheses. See how this looks in the screenshot above.