Calculate discounts in Microsoft Excel

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How can you calculate a discount in Microsoft  Excel?

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  • ToddN2000

    What do you mean discount? Are you looking for a discount percent of a calculated cell?  If so click on the cell and look at the formula bar to see how it was calculated. If the is coming in from an imported table it gets a bit harder. It may have already been calculated before the import or is being done through a script.

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    If the discount is calculated in the sheet, click on it and look at the calculation in the formula bar. Is this data being imported? If so it may have been pre calculated or is being done via a programming script.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Basically, any kind of calculation depends on type of formation that should be number format. U can calculate discount/ percentage on various way, that what do u want at this time.! However, for ur clear idea, u can visit here for some examples:
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/excel-help/calculate-percentages-HP001141712.aspx
    Based on these eg.s u can calculate ur own.
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