2 Columns with same data expressed differently

DeaninGA

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How do you add 2 columns of the same data in a pivot table?
  • The First is the Sum
  • The Second is Grand total divided by the Sum expressed in %


Thank you in advance

Dean
 

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sandy666

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try
add the same column twice then
first:
ptsum.png

second
percentofgrandtotal.png
 

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