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I would like to add a row at the bottom of my Matrix which totals the above column. Is this possible. Thanks
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Question by:Mr_Shaw
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VikramMullick earned 750 total points
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yes it can be done.
try this link
http://www.gotreportviewer.com/matrices/index.html
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Right click on the rows field that you want to have subtotal and chose the Subtotal (with summation sign) and will do it for you automatically. If you wan to format the resul you can click on the green rectangle and press F4 to get the properties.
Let me know if you need more help
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by:Mr_Shaw
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Thanks for the help....

I managed to add the totals which was great.

However, I was only after totals on specific columns. Is this possible. I have added a screen shot to show what I am after. The Ticks and Crosses indicate the totals which I need.


SSRS-Totals-question2.bmp
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thanks
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