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Metaphysical

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Hey guys,

I would like to calculate the difference between two column values as a percentage and populate it in a listview but having a bit of dumb moment in working out how to go about that. Any ideas?

Using VB for Access.
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May i ask...

is this for your homework ?

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Haha, nope, :) I'm doing a quote form for a customer where he can look at the cost and sales price of his equipment.
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's alright, calculated the percentage in another sub.
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