Displaying Percentage Values Over 100%
I'm trying to make my spreadsheet display over 100% while calculating a long column of entries. Each entry is showing percentage cost per hour of a benchmark of $65.00 per hour. When an entry for example is $51.10 the percentage displays 0.79%, but if the entry is for example $73.89 then the displayed value is 1.14%.
How do I make this display the percentage over the benchmark of 65 as 110, 115 or whatever it calculates out?
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