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I want to display the % value of another cell as 5% instead of showing it as .05 (excel 2003)

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I am using the "&" in a formua.

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use ="some text "&TEXT(A5,"0%")
for example.
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How do I get the rate 4 decimal points?
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for example 5.2234%
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="some text "&TEXT(A5,"0.0000%")
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Thanks!  
I was actually adding zeros without the period.  
JP
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