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Tiffanik
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I need help writing a formula, please.

 

I have my cell "=" referenced to a cell on another sheet. I need the total of that number to be multiplied by .3005. How do I write this formula? I keep getting an error, sigh.

 

This is my current formula. I need the cell to total this below *.3005.

 

='[Copy of Dec 18 Payroll Cost Summary 2018.xlsx]December'!$I$11

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Hi

 

='[Copy of Dec 18 Payroll Cost Summary 2018.xlsx]December'!$I$11*0.3005

Thank you for the response....I need my cell to be the sum of the original number *.3005.

When I use ='[Copy of Dec 18 Payroll Cost Summary 2018.xlsx]December'!$I$11*0.3005 - it gives me the sum of the original # multiplied by .3005.

 

Sorry if I am asking this in a confusing way....I'm brain fried today.  : )

Second guess.

 

='[Copy of Dec 18 Payroll Cost Summary 2018.xlsx]December'!$I$11*(1+0.3005)

 

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