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Pivot, Calculation on Column field

Posted on 2014-02-18
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Take a look at the image below. Is it possible to make the difference calculation I have done in column F as a calculated field inside the Pivot? So that the difference field workes like a part of the Pivot. Appreciate any replys.

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Question by:hallpett
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Hi,

Yo could add an item SelectColumn Labels

then Click Calculations / Fields, Items & Sets Choose  Calculated Item

Change The name to Diference and Formula ( like in example)

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yes, it is possible. You will create pivot table and then add a Calculated Item.
Make pivot table in regular way. then click on the Pivot table and in Ribbon choose Analyze from Pivot Tools. Then Fields, Items, Sets and Calculated Item:

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Name your field and make a calculation you need to do:

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