% of total of a Pivot tables subtotal

RobE

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I have a pivot table that can vary in size. It lists sales by week (rows),for each sales team (columns) with a subtotal of the total sales year to date for each team at the bottom.
I want to keep the actual number subtotal visable but ALSO want to show what % of the total sales each team accounts for. This is very easy as a standard formula however the length of the pivot table varies as I change the product groups.
Any ideas how to display both actual sums and % of totals?
 

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Mark W.

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Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKL
1TeamYearWeekSalesYear2002
2A20021100
3A20022150DataTeam
4A20023300Sales%ofTotalTotalSalesTotal%ofTotal
5B20021425WeekABAB
6B200227511004258.5%36.3%52544.9%
7B2002312021507512.8%6.4%22519.2%
8330012025.6%10.3%42035.9%
9GrandTotal55062047.0%53.0%1170100.0%
10
Sheet3
 

Andrew Poulsom

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Drag your data into the pivot table a second time.

Then right click one of the Data items and choose Field Setings. Click Options >>, choose % of Total in the Show Data as dropdown and click OK.
 

RobE

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Thanks, the idea of dragging a second set of data and changing the display to % of total works
However is there a way of hiding the second set of data from the individual lines but keeping the subtotals?
 

Mark W.

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On 2002-09-11 00:37, RobE wrote:
...is there a way of hiding the second set of data from the individual lines but keeping the subtotals?

No.
 
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