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Excel Pivot Tables - Getting % of Total for filtered output

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I have a filtered pivot table and I want to show the % of the output rows compared to the Unfiltered Total for that row.

In other words, if I am filtering on a Y or N field for field = N and I get an out of 10 and there were 90 with a Y I would like the % of  the 10 versus the 100 total.

Can this be done?

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glen
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

you could add a column to your data with the percentage of each element compared to the total then sum it up and change the format to %

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Thank you
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