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Pivot table help - dont sum

Posted on 2014-12-09
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Experts, I have a pivot in access.  I do not want the Pro Rata to summ as it is doing in the far right.  How do I keep it from summing?  You can see the one on the left does not summ but when I drag to the right it summs it.  

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I am using A2013 which no longer supports pivots so I can't give you exact instructions.  Go back to the wizard and rebuild the query.  You should be able to uncheck the summing option.
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thats no good that they are going to do away with that.  

thank you for the help.
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