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hi,
I just want to calculate the pecentages in matrix reports.Is there any one who could tell me how to calculate percentages in matrix reports .

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you will probably want to use something like this to calculate the percent a value is over a total in a given scope.
=Fields!SomeField.Value/Sum(Fields!SomeField.Value,"*Scope*")
where *Scope* is the name of a grouping scope, like a matrix column or row depending on where you want the percent.
You did not give much deatail so I can not be very specific in my example.
You might want to check out this for more on understanding Scope in RS http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms159673.aspx
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