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I would like to do the following: * Format numeric cells (cells with a percent sign) to zero decimal places. I have a set of macros that I am combining to clean up a data set and these are two of many (removing blank lines, duplicates, blue/bold, etc.)

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If works fine when the calls are formatted as number with 4 decimal places.
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Consider this formula..

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I would like to format it to display as 2.43(47) and 2.98(40)

FWIW this means average of 2.43 games refereed per session in 47 sessions of refereeing.

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Please note I have cross posted this HERE because I couldnt get connected to ozgrid for some reason, I will montior both sites for a solution and post back results. Apologies for the inconvenience.

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