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Excel sheet to retrieve percent based on table

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Attached is a spreadsheet used to calculate payouts for races.  Column F (%) comes from the info in M6-T12 and is based on the # of entries in A6 which is entered manually.

I'd like to find a way for the % in F to come from M6-T12 automatically.

I'd appreciate any help you can offer.
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See attached using INDEX and MATCH. I converted the top row of your table into the start numbers for each bands (and formatted them as real numbers).
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Wow!!! Thank you SOO much, this is exactly what I needed and speedy quick.
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