Percent change formula is often used in Excel. For example, to calculate Monthly Change and Total Change.
1a. Select cell C3 and enter the formula shown below.
1b. Select cell C3 and apply a Percentage format.
We do not need to repeat Step 1a and Step 1b ten more times.
1c. Select cell C3, click the lower right corner of cell C3 and drag it towards cell C13.
1d. Check that everything is all right.
2a. Similarly, we can calculate the Total Value. This time we fix the reference to the B2 cell. Select cell D3 and enter the formula shown below.
2b. Select D3 cell and apply a Percentage format.
2c. Select the cell D3, click on the lower right corner of cell D3, and drag it towards cell D3.
2d. Check that everything is all right.
Explanations: the absolute reference ($B$2) remains the same when the formula is traversed downwards, with the mutual reference (B3) B4, B5, B6 and so on. It changes as. Perhaps this is a very advanced step for you. , But it shows you one of the many other powerful features Excel offers.