MacMost Now 928: Percentages In Numbers

Calculating percentages in Numbers is just a matter of dividing two numbers. But you can use cell formatting to display the result as a percentage instead of a decimal fraction. You can also use functions to calculate percentages from lists of numbers or lists of items.

Comments: 2 Responses to “MacMost Now 928: Percentages In Numbers”

    nick
    6 years ago

    Gary:
    sorry to hijack this opportunity for asking my question, but it’s something about Numbers that’s always bugged me. I’ve always used Excel so when I started using Numbers I never understood why the first row and column are highlighted in grey. Any functional reason for this?
    thanks
    nick

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