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Returning Percentile based on a value

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Hi,

I have attached a ss which shows how i return a number, based on a certain percentile being picked, 99% - 75%.

I am now looking to do this the other way around, so when a number is entered into a cell, the appropriate % will be returned.

The array is in the attached sheet

All suggestions appreciated!

Many thanks
EE-Sample-Sheet.xlsx
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=PERCENTRANK.EXC(IF(TestEE=1,'Input - D1'!$W$8:$AH$107),N7)

array-entered. Note: you need to make sure N7 contains a number, not a text representation of a number as it is now.
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Perfect!
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