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Old August 10th 16, 09:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.charting
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Default Well, I wouldn't say brilliant, but it sure is a lot easier.

Hi
try the following:
- put 100 in an empty cell and copy this cell
- select your other values
- goto 'Edit - Paste Special' and choose 'Multiply' to multiply them
all in one single step

Thanks,
Suresh
 




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