# How to Calculate Total Percentage from Multiple Percentages in Excel (3 Easy Ways)

Looking for ways to calculate the total percentage from multiple percentages in Excel? Then, this is the right place for you. Here, you will find 3 effective ways to calculate the total percentage in Excel.

## What Is Percentage?

The percentage is a comparative figure representing 100ths of any amount.

The basic formula of Percentage is:

`Percentage = (Part/Total) * 100`

## How to Calculate Percentages in Excel

You can calculate the percentage in Excel by following some easy steps. Suppose you have a dataset containing the name of some Products, and the number of Ordered and Received items. Now, we will show you how you can calculate the Percentage of Received Orders using this dataset.

Steps:

• Firstly, select cell range E5:E11.
• Then, go to the Home tab >> click on Number >> click on Number Format.

• Next, click on Percentage.

• Now, select Cell E5 and insert the following formula.
`=D5/C5`

• Then, press Enter.
• After that, drag down the Fill Handle tool to AutoFill the formula for the rest of the cells.

Here, in the formula, we divided the value of Received items in Cell D5 by the values of Ordered items in Cell C5.
• Finally, you will get all the values of the Percentage of Received Orders.

## How to Calculate Total Percentage from Multiple Percentages in Excel: 3 Effective Ways

Here, we have a dataset containing the name of some Products and their corresponding Percentage Amount. We can calculate the total percentage of this dataset by going through some effective steps.

Now, we will show you how to manually calculate the total percentage from multiple percentages and use Excel functions.

### 1. Use Excel SUM Function to Get Total Percentage from Multiple Percentages

In the first method, we will use the SUM function to get the total percentage from multiple percentages in Excel. Follow the steps given below to do it on your own dataset.

Steps:

• In the beginning, select Cell C11 and insert the following formula.
`=SUM(C5:C10)`

• After that, press Enter to get the Total Percentage value.

In the SUM function, we inserted cell range C5:C10 to add all the values in this range.

### 2. Calculate Total Percentage from Multiple Percentages Manually

You can also calculate the total percentage from multiple percentages manually by going through the steps given below.

Steps:

• To start with, select Cell C11 and insert the following formula.
`=C5+C6+C7+C8+C9+C10`

• Then, press Enter.

Here, in the formula, we added the values of the cell range C5:C10 by manually adding them one by one.

### 3. Avoid Errors with Excel IFERROR Function to Determine Total Percentage

Finally, sometimes you may find some errors while adding the percentages using formulas. You can avoid these errors by using the IFERROR function.

Here, in the dataset, if we want to calculate the Percentage of Received Orders using the formula shown above, we will find a #DIV/0! Error in Cell E11 as there is no value in Cell C11.

Now, follow the steps given below to avoid this error using the IFERROR function in Excel.

Steps:

• Firstly, select Cell E5 and insert the following formula.
`=IFERROR(D5/C5,0)`

• After that, press Enter and drag down the Fill Handle tool to AutoFill the formula for the rest of the cells.

Here, in the IFERROR function, we inserted the resultant value of Cell D5 divided by Cell C5 as value and 0 as value_if_error.
• Now, you will get all the values of the Percentage of Received Orders.

• Then, select Cell C13 and insert the following formula.
`=SUM(E5:E11)`

• Finally, press Enter to get the value of the Total Received Order.

Here, in the SUM function, we inserted the values of cell range E5:E11 to add all these values.

Read More: Why Are My Percentages Wrong in Excel?

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