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I have made an invoice in Word 2000. In the 'Amounts' column I want the various job amounts to add up in the 'Total' and I want a tax percentage (say 8%) to be worked out in the next row and a grand total in the next row.

I have succeeded in everything else but putting the %. How do I put a % formula so it gives me 8% of the total amount in the row above it?

Total (A) + 8% of A (B) = Last Row (C)
 

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how does it work?

Thanks. looks to be good, but doesnt work. How do i give cell nos (a7 or anything)?

Right now it shows me Ln18 Col4 in the Status Bar.

How do I go about making it something that can be recognized by the Formula, instead of giving me a Syntax Error?
 

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Thanks idtent. The formula works now.

Dear David,
I use Word 2000because the other ppl in my organization do not know how to use excel and even I get irritated everytime i open the invoice in excel and it ask whether to enable or disable macros and at the time o exiting whether I want to save the new record etc. etc.

Anyway, I like the visual look and feel of Word2000, not the endless fields of Excel.
 
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