# Remove Percentage Of Row Total In Pivot Table?

Feb 7, 2014how to remove the percentage of row total in a pivot table. I only want the sum of the row total but the percentage of row column always say 100% and I want it to be removed.

View 3 Replieshow to remove the percentage of row total in a pivot table. I only want the sum of the row total but the percentage of row column always say 100% and I want it to be removed.

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See the attachment. I want the percentage of Car Sales to total sales of different countries automatically.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI have created an old fashioned pivot table. I would like to have it show percentage of subtotal and show percentage of Grand Total, to 3 decimal places. See REPORT tab. In column D of attachment, I have entered in text what I would like to see in this column for INCOME, EXPENSE, AND SPENDING pivot table.

View 2 Replies View Relatedi'm trying to crack what should surely be a simple problem. Attached is my spreadsheet.

As you can see I have 3 columns of detail, with totals spread over a number of months.

I want to be able to display the percentage of the Resource total for each other grouping.

For example, in my spreadsheet you can see resource Mick Arber at the top. I want to be able to see each of his rows as a percentage of HIS total.

how to make a % of running total in pivot tables in excel 2007. the running total in is only available not the "%".

View 1 Replies View RelatedI have a pivot table in which 50 rows data and each row contains in the end %age. End of report i get grand total but it sums the percentage column. I need to calculate percentage in the end of grand total. How can i get it.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI have 2 columns in a Pivot Table. One called Sum of AD Total, the other called Sum of Total Cost.

I want to add a third field that displays the Sum of AD Total as a percentage of the Sum of Total Cost.

So I assumed I would use the "% Of" facility in the "Show data as" drop down, and "Total Cost" in the Base Field drop down. But what goes in the Base item field as whenever I try and put something in I get N/A returned as a result in my PT?

I'm attaching a very simplified version.

why it works (but it obviously does). I crabbed off the sheet, modified it with my data and the percentages calculate reliably.

What I can't figure out is that in the Pct calculation in the table is the formula:

=GETPIVOTDATA("S_FCR",PT_1,"Center",[Center],"Date",MONTH([Date]))/GETPIVOTDATA("C_ID",PT_1,"Center",[Center],"Date",MONTH([Date]))^2

The formula itself makes perfect sense in terms of the numbers and filtering involved....but why does it actually work and what does the "^2" do?

I have data of supplier spend and need to find percent of suppliers having top 80% spend.

How to get the cumulative spend within the pivot table itself. I can do it outside the table by calculations, but how to get the results directly using pivot table, because i am using that data in a KPI metric and a dashboard.

if not possible in pivot table, can i get it in a single step process using percentrank or percentile formula or anything else?

Does anyone know a setting to display pivot tables as a % of sub total automatically within the Pivot Table Settings? I have recreated a formula on the cells H:K of what I am looking for. see Attached.

View 2 Replies View RelatedIn the attached Excel file, there is a pivot table.

In the Data part of the table, there are two columns. The second is the exact same field than the first one but expressed as percentage (Field settings/Options/Show field as "% of" + "Total".

The problem is: I don't want to express this field as a % of Total ('Grand total') but rather as a % of Subtotal (e.g. Danemark Total).

How to show my data as % of grand total and include the filtered data. Whenever I filter out a category in my pivot table the % values adjust for everything unfiltered. Is there a way to have my percentages include the filtered data?

View 1 Replies View RelatedI would like to compare % difference between date range through pivot table

Date RangeProductAmt

1st weekABC1000

2nd WeekABC2000

3rd WeekABC1259

1st weekXYZ3000

2nd WeekXYZ4000

3rd WeekXYZ2500

How to plot a Pivot table to compare the % difference between 3rd Week Vs 2nd Week Vs 1 Week for each product through pivot table?

I'm having an issue getting the correct results from a calculated field in a pivot table in Excel 2007.

In column A I have "Business Name", in B I have a sum of the amount of lines a customer has, and C is a MAX of the number of employees the customer has at their location.

In one example I have a business with sum 50 lines and max 30 employees but when I try to make the calculated field 50/30 (should equal 166%) i get 9.2% instead.

The reason appears to be because there are 18 types of lines the customer has and 18 x max 30 = 540 and 50/540 is 9.2%. In the attached example it's all the same business location so the total number of employees (30) is the same for each row and each row in the raw data is a set of lines with similar features.

I attached an example. CalcFieldProblem.xlsx

I am trying to add columns to my Excel 2010 Pivot Table to calculate % change of sales from year to year. The field name is "Year", while the item columns in the field are 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011. How do I add a column between the years that will calculate the % change os sales up or down from the previous year?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI am creating a data base to track Planner compensation. Many of our accounts have 2 planners on the same case. I am trying to learn how I can create a single list of all the planners (from "Partner 1" and "Partner 2") headings which will then total their compensation in a Pivot Table weather their name is under the "partner 1" heading or "partner 2" heading. See the attached example.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI am trying to create a pivot table report to find out how much profit each client has made and I need the total profits to be added up for each client so I can see who has made the most/least.

I have attached a sample ss.

I need to transfer "total" figures from Pivots to a table.

In the Pivot take I can filter by country, buy/sell, front/back.

At the moment I am selecting the combination I want and manully keying in the total. Is there an auto way of doing this?

Things were so simple with Subtotal, where it allow me to add anything that has US on it, but what I want to total US, FRONT, BUY?

I have a pivot table which I am interested in filtering in several different ways. The table contains a category for AREA on the Y axis and BLOCKS on the X axis. When unfiltered the tables displays AREA 1,2, and 3 and has a full list of parts. I can then filter the table by AREA to look at one area specifically, and when I do the BLOCKS list shrinks to only those which correspond to that specific AREA.

My problem is that I want to be able to reference on another sheet the value that corresponds to AREA 1 Total regardless of whether the table is filtered to only AREA 1 or if it is unfiltered. I cannot just reference the cell because AREA 1 Total is in a different cell when unfiltered then when filtered. Is there any way to do this?

I have attached the file. refer to the scorecard sheet where I have KPL Current Year(P02 Total), I would like this to be, instead of average, a division between the CF Kms Current Year(P02 Total) and Litres Curent Year(P02 Total). Is it possible to change it?

View 9 Replies View RelatedOn a pivot table, I want the grand total to be the average. When I code it, the code changes all the values in the column to an average.

if a person's % for April is 95% & the sum of all the people in the table is 1924%. If I change the grand total to average, the person's april % changes to 19% (which is an average instead of a total.

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The pivot table has only two columns, the first is the identification number and the second is the count of the identification number. I am trying to get a count of the number of identification numbers, not how many times it was entered in the spreadsheet (some numbers are entered more than once on different days). It currently looks like:

Column A Column B

00000001 1

00000002 1

00000003 2

00000004 1

00000005 3

Grand Total 8

I'm trying to arrive at 5 for the answer, so that each number is only counted once even if used more than once.

I am building a Pivot table and I need to show ONLY the Grand totals at the end of the table. In the example below I want to show only Total volume Stage movement at the end and not the subtotals in the columns.

Column Labels

Pipeline

Best Case

Commit

Closed

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I want to add accumulated total column in paviot table below is the sample

Party Name

Date

Invoice No.

Credit Days

Due Date

Total

[Code]...

The accumulted total per field after total column i.e

Acc Total

21,776

60,725

67,442

195,146

244,407

[Code]....

I have a Pivot Table With 2 Row field:-

1st Column = Product - Apple and Orange

2nd column = Region - US and Europe

Now Pivot Table look like this

Apple - US: 100

Apple - Europe: 200

Orange - US 50

Orange - Europe 20

Total - 370

How to show instead of Total - 370

Show:-

Total - US 150

Total - Europe 220

Master Total - 370

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I have a problem in creating Pivot Table in the format that I want for the purpose of report, so I'm not even sure if I should use it at all.

In the file attached, I have a sample data source in sheet 'Source'. Basically the data are already in the list format.

For the purpose of reporting, I want to make this data in the format of sheet 'Final Format Wanted'. Note that the report only takes in data from columns D, M, N, O ( Headings highlighted in red).

(1) I understand that I can do something like this with a Pivot Table, and I already did something like it in the sheet 'Pivot'.

The Pivot table works well for Total Exposure (data from column M)The thing is, I want just the Grand Total Figures for column N and O instead of putting it in the data section itself. For better explanation, please take a look at sheet 'Final Format Wanted'. I just want the grand total for these 2 columns because they are less important and I want to be able to squeeze just the relevant figures for the report. Can I do this?

(2) Another way I have thought of is actually using a combination of Vlookup and concatenate function (look at sheet 'vlookup'). The thing is, some names that I used to concatenate might appear twice (look at row 39 and 40 in sheet 'Source' under column L), so if I am to use this, I'll need to find Sub-total first then copy and paste each item again into the format I wanted.

To me, this seems to be a really long way of doing it. Pivot Table is preferable in that it can count the total automatically for me, but I can't get the format I want.

Does anyone have any suggestion what I can do? If I use

(1)Pivot table - how can I get just the Grand Total of the other 2 columns?

(2)Vlookup - Is there a faster way in getting the subtotal and ultimately get the data in the format I want?

I started a pivot table for our budget and on the left side I have the account names and about 4 columns of applicable account codes to which I turn on and off when needed. On the right side I have all the budget numbers divided by quarter and halfs. On the right side, I can drop any list of numbers and it does the sum but for some reason, when I drop my 4th quarter numbers, it gives me a count and not sum. How do I change it to sum?

Second problem: I have grand totals number going down the columns meaning I have a sum of all my 1st Quarter numbers but I do not have them going across each line on row. How do I add that?

Third problem: I forgot a list of account codes to be put on the left, how can I add it?

I have a pivot table the has a listing of potential customers and I have included meeting dates in this table. The problem that I have is that the Grand total adds up all the dates and I have a total that doesn't make sense.

I want to hide the total for the 'Date Meeting Setup' column and keep it for the others. Can this be done??

Pivot_example.jpg

Regarding the attached pivot table screen shot, I would like to be able to add total revenue and cost for each product and overall to this pivot table. IOW, instead of just showing the net amount of 3,200 for all blenders, I would like it to show Revenue of 12,500, Cost of (9,300), and the net amount of 3,200 for all blenders (i.e., for Boise and Chicago combined), in addition to the totals for each of the two plants. Also would like to see total revenue, cost, and net for all products and plants combined at the bottom. Can this be done?

I have a column in my pivot table with values that are formatted as percents. I am trying to make the grand total reflect the average of all values in the column, but it keeps showing a sum of all values.

Example: the values in the % column are 90%, 100%, and 110%. I want it to show 100% (the average), but it is showing 300% (the sum)

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