Adding a Slicer Based on a Calculated Field

Sundance_Kid

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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Hi,

This might not be possible but I have a pivot table and there is a calculated field with various % based on the calculation.

What I am trying to figure out, can I add a slicer based on the calculated field in the pivot table? I don't seem to have an option, so I presume the slicer options are based on the raw data? (of which the calculated field would not be one, obviously I could add an extra column to the raw data as a calculated field per se but I wanted to avoid that.

Thanks
 

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