How to configure a Pie chart to show a field in percentage in Crystal Reports

Need to have a pie chart in a Crystal Report reflect the FMV %. In other words, as the example attached, I need to show 21% of the pie chart out of 100%. I have already added the same field that FMV % is using but cannot figure out how to make it display in percentage within the Pie chart.

Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.
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maximus1974Asked:
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Mike McCrackenSenior ConsultantCommented:
I am not sure that you can.  AS I see what you have done, the pie chart only has the quote amount so the value is 100% of the total.  A pie chart needs more than one value to constitute the whole.

YOu need to add something that represents the other 79% of the FMV

Can you upload the report?

mlmcc
maximus1974Author Commented:
Report uploaded. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
WO_QUOTE_ANALYSIS_rev3.rpt
Mike McCrackenSenior ConsultantCommented:
Thanks.  I took a quick look and I don't see how to do what you want.  I'll spend some more time tonight on it to see if it is possible.
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maximus1974Author Commented:
Thank you very much
maximus1974Author Commented:
Hi mlmcc, have you had an opportunity to look at the report I uploaded?
maximus1974Author Commented:
I eliminated the pie chart. It is no longer needed.

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Mike McCrackenSenior ConsultantCommented:
I had not thought of a method that would work.  This afternoon I did think of a method that might work if you want I will try it and attach the report.

My idea requires a trick and use a subreport that you pass the data to from the main report.  It should work so if you would like to see it, I will create a report and attach it.
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