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How can I format this as a percent?

="Free Ratio "&GETPIVOTDATA("Free Ratio ",$A$1,"Facility Bank Name","DNB Nor Bank USA")

It stands as the following now:
Free Ratio 0.709481416141033

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How about this?

="Free Ratio " & TEXT(GETPIVOTDATA("Free Ratio ",$A$1,"Facility Bank Name","DNB Nor Bank USA"),"#0.00%")

Kyle
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by:pdvsa
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perfect!  thank you
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You're welcome.  Glad to help.
Kyle
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