I did as you suggested, but it shows as numbers, doesn't give me the percentage differences from Q to Q. I can email you the workbook if you provide an email addy. Thank you.
I Sent back a workbook.
In there I just formatted the [% calc] t have 2 decimals. 246623/18999 is 12.98.
I made a copy of the same and formatted it as a percentage. 1298.08%.
And a 3rd copy, I added it and made it a quick table calc for percent difference. The difference from 1298.08 in Q1 to 1216.16 in q2 is a drop of 6.31%
It's really that 3rd treatment that I think you're looking for.
Thank you, so much. Yes. The third one is what I was hoping for! Thank you, thank you, thank you!