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Hello,

I just trying to show GoodwillPercentage in the chart properly and can't get it.  For example, Alaina shoud = 0.03% and Dale should = 0.05%.

I've attached the file. Thanks. chartExperts-10-25-11.rpt
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by:Genius123
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This file is better with the saved data. chartExperts-10-25-11.rpt
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You didn't save the report with data so can't really see where the issue might be.

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by:Genius123
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See my post right before yours.
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The main problem is the not assigned tends to dominate.  

Graph on the percentage formula not ont he percentage chart

mlmcc
chartExperts-10-25-11Rev1.rpt
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Thanks, makes sense.
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