Calculated Field Not Adding to Pivot Table

I have an Excel 2013 pivot table and I'm trying to add a calculated field.  The process of adding a calculated field is working except the field doesn't actually appear.  When I select "list formulas" to see the calculated field, the calculation for the field that I'm trying to create appears yet the field is no where to be found in the pivot table.  The field that I'm trying to add should appear in column O and should calculate the % exactly like columns F, I and L.  

What am I dont wrong?
Veronica ArmstrongDirectorAsked:
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it seems that the calculated filed wasn't recorded

see example


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all the calculated fields in list formula appear in the field list but weren't checked in the example file, have I missed something about your question?:

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the field you are looking for is CM Closing % which wasn't ticked on your example.

You just have then to change the format to %

Veronica ArmstrongDirectorAuthor Commented:
IT WORKED!  Thanks so much to both of you!  I appreciate it.
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