Figuring List Price - Cost To Show Discount Percentage
Apr 25, 2006
List Price $46.98 (e2)
Net Cost $19.53 (e3)
How do I enter a calculation that will show me my discount percentage from my supplier? (e4)
I then need to be able to drag the formula to the end of the sheet. Discount percentages will be different for each product, but the List Price and Net Costs are present, so the calculation needs to take these differences into consideration so that I get the correct discount percentage for each item.
I'm trying to work out how to get a spreadsheet to calculate when it works out cheaper to buy more of something, due to quantity price breaks, than less... e.g. 1-10 are £12.50 each, but 10-20 are £10 each and 20-30 are £8.75 each.. so it's as cheap to buy 10 (10x10=100) as it is 8 (8x12.50=100) and cheaper to but 10 (100) than it is to buy 9 (112.50) than 10... but there are similar price breaks at 20, 50 +
I want to create a spreadsheet for figuring the cost of some of my favorite recipes. Right now I have a table of basic ingredients (milk, sugar, etc) along with cost of same.
What I want to do is be able to set up a recipe that calls for "3 eggs, 1 sugar, 1 milk" and automatically figure the cost for me.
Ideally, I'd like this to be a "building block" spreadsheet - where I can have a recipe for "roux" (1 flour, 1 butter), and then a recipe for "broth" (1 chicken, 3 water), and then a recipe for "gravy" (1 roux, 2 broth) - where the spreadsheet is smart enough to do the math for me - and if the price of chicken goes up, I can change that in my basic list and it will carry down. And obviously, I want to be able to add ingredients and recipes easily.
how to get the discount to work the way I need to. As is, It requires a person to put in the actual amount that I will discount the product for each product sold. I would like to simply key in the discount percentage. EX: 10% or 13%
I am trying to create a simple formula to extract cost from a total that includes both cost and and a percentage for maintanance. Assume $100, 10% of which is maintenance the remainder is cost. If I just subtract 10% from $100 I get $90, however 10% of $90 is $9 which equals $99.
The analysis basically has 2 data components to it: The 1st part, is a basic transaction list of shopping items bought through the year. Each transaction's shopping item also has the quantity of that item purchased at that time.
The 2nd part, is a pricing sheet for all the different types of shopping items. The pricing sheet has different prices for different quantities at which the item is purchased.
What I am trying to do is to find the relevant price for shopping item, which depends on not only what the item is, but also the quantity. In point form, it should follow the logic below:
1) Identify the item in the shopping list (worksheet 1) from the list of prices (worksheet 2)
2) Find quantity in the prices worksheet that is closest to the quantity in the shopping list (i.e. where the difference between the quantity on transaction list and the quantity on the pricing sheet is the least)
3) Pull the price for this "closest quantity"
I have uploaded a worksheet showing the structure of that data. [url]
Is there some VB code I need to do this, or can it just be a few simple formulas?
I have attached a 2004 excel document that has a conditional statement that says, if an amount is over $400.00 you get a 10% discount, else, the cell says no discount. That is working fine. I also have a absolute cell ready to do the math for the 10% amount. There is also a column that shows the discount amount and column that shows the amount after the discount has been applied. Since I have been just doing one calculation and auto-filling, my problem is, how do I get the record that doesn't get a discount (no discount) not to apply the 10%?
I'm trying to use the percentage depending on what price I enter in a cell. For example; if I enter $135 then 10% will be used, if I enter $65 then 12% will be used, and if I enter $47 then 14% will be used.
Is there an excel formula that can calculate a proposed selling price by entering a desired profit margin percentage and knowing the cost of goods sold?
I know that gross profit is calcualted by subtracting the cost of goods sold from the selling price and that the gross profit margin is calculated by dividing gross profit by the selling price..but not coming up with a way to back out a selling price by just knowing the cost of goods sold and entering a desire gross profit margin?
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Unfortunately there is over 600 products to choose from and this evergroes as new products are introduced by manufacturers. Names are long and often very similar, and product price manual listings are slow to reference, therefore the customer has to wait while the staff find the right product and select the right price.
All of this is subject to human error. What i would like is simply to enter part of the product name into a Cell and the right product to be visibly selectable and the price automatically added to an adjacent cell.
I need to make an automated way of extracting a list of IDs and the associated cost by a date range, say 6/1/2015 to 12/31/2015, plus the starting letter of the ID. I need the data to then fill a form where it can be sub-totaled. There are several additional columns of data that are not relevant so I know I can create a pivot table and then filter the data, but then I need to copy and paste the filtered data into the form. Is there a way to do this without me copy and pasting everytime?
I added a test worksheet to show the data and form.
I have a spreadsheet that shows when individuals completed different events. The events are on top and the names are down the side. There are dates in the middle. I would like to know if it's possible to show a percentage of dates that are current- so take the number of fields with current dates and divide them by total number of fields. I would also like to find a percentag of events complete by each individual.
I have a spreadsheet which has a number of columns populated with a day number and below each day number there are some numbers. What I would like to do is to compare the values for Day1 with Day2, Day 2 with Day 3 etc. Is there a smart way to do this using VBA? I am enclosing an example to show what I would like the macro to do.
i have a some detail in the tabular form with different criteria as size, colour ,purity,cut ,by combining all these i have price list in a tabular form , if i want to intersect all this and find the price how can i do so
I am trying to add 2 cell values together then show the total as a % of a value in a 3rd cell, however I also need it to allow for 0 values in the chosen cells without displaying an error message or it messes up the average formula elsewhere on the sheet?
I am trying to calculate a percentage complete based on what a cells color is, the function must count the cells of a certain color (signifying in this case that something is complete for a particular "area") and distinguish that from cells in the same data range that aren't colored and calculate the percentage that are complete.
Does anyone know a setting to display pivot tables as a % of sub total automatically within the Pivot Table Settings? I have recreated a formula on the cells H:K of what I am looking for. see Attached.
There are several hundred rows in each column that all need individual ranks. My first thought is to program a if then else statement for 1 to 10 with a % limit range, but this isnt feasable as i would have to program a separate if statement for each of the many hundred rows, or do one heck of a fancy loop that i just cant contemplate (as the rows are split and sepperated... no solid uniform place for the data to be plugged.) What is the best way to go about this? I'm at a total loss of ideas with my knowledge of excel.
My ranges are named Width and drop and List. Rules are anything above largest drop/width must return 0. anything below lowest width/drop will be the lowest listed anything inbetween will choose the value >= to the value. lookup is returning the closest, and my other formula fell foul of nesting, i am working in 2007 but it is targeted at XP/2002.
I get a price list from my distributor, my scale I use for my store is anything below $10 (from my distributor price) gets 30% markup, then anything above $10 gets 20% markup. How would I be able to function this into the list I receive in excel so I can export the prices directly to my store of what the prices should be in my store. Also it would be a plus if at the end I can get it to end in 99 cents. Thank you look forward to your response! I am using Excel 2003
I have a price list with part numbers in Column E and prices in Column C. I want to update the prices from a master list that has part numbers in Column D and prices in Column H and then make only the updated prices bold.
Currently the master list is in a different workbook, but if I need to, I can copy and past the master sheet into the same workbook as the sheet I want to update.
I have around 150 separate price list files and i would like to create a macro to findformat currency then copy 1.05 and use Edit | Paste Special (value, multiply)...... then round up or down to nearest cents .567 would roundup to .57
The findformat and Paste Special will work when i manually do it.... but when i record as macro it will not work when played back...... Here is the code it records... code does not include the roundup part. I dont know how to do that.