From: Amin on 28 May 2010 08:15 i have downloaded a file and it says 45% complete whiles the file is 650MB how do i determine the MB downloaded so far. finding the real mb of the 45% is my problem From: Jacob Skaria on 28 May 2010 08:21 Whats wrong with =650*45% -- Jacob (MVP - Excel) "Amin" wrote: > i have downloaded a file and it says 45% complete whiles the file is 650MB > how do i determine the MB downloaded so far. finding the real mb of the 45% > is my problem From: Amin on 28 May 2010 09:03 sir thaks for the help however is not solve the problem. this strategy is rather multiplying for me but i want to find the the correct MB of the 45%. say what is 45% of 650? "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > Whats wrong with > > =650*45% > > -- > Jacob (MVP - Excel) > > > "Amin" wrote: > > > i have downloaded a file and it says 45% complete whiles the file is 650MB > > how do i determine the MB downloaded so far. finding the real mb of the 45% > > is my problem From: Ron on 28 May 2010 09:19 If 650MB is 45% of the file size then 650/45% =100% of the file size = 1444MB "Amin" wrote: > sir thaks for the help however is not solve the problem. this strategy is > rather multiplying for me but i want to find the the correct MB of the 45%. > say what is 45% of 650? > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > > Whats wrong with > > > > =650*45% > > > > -- > > Jacob (MVP - Excel) > > > > > > "Amin" wrote: > > > > > i have downloaded a file and it says 45% complete whiles the file is 650MB > > > how do i determine the MB downloaded so far. finding the real mb of the 45% > > > is my problem  |  Pages: 1 Prev: Pivot from multiple sheetsNext: GETPIVOTDATA from OLAP cube - grouped field