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Percentage increase/decrease formula in a Pivot table

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Hi!

This is my current formula that I use in my Pivot table:  =(TY - LY)/ABS(LY)

How should I modify it in order to exclude the negative values from both years (TY & LY)

thanks!
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=IF(AND(TY>0, LY>0), (TY - LY)/ABS(LY), "")

This will display nothing if TY or LY are negatives.

HTH,
Dan
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