Percentage of two columns in Pivot

viraajan

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Greetings,

I have the source data with columns Grade | Section | Name | Attempted | Solved | Percentage

I create a Pivot with Grade | Attempted | Solved | Percentage

Everything is fine till 'solved' column in Pivot. The Percentage column doesn't give the right data.

I would like to get the fourth column in the pivot that tells the percentage i.e solved/attempted automatically.

I have created it manually. But when the no. of rows increases or decreases (it differs from client to client), the manually created formula display error when the no. of rows are reduced or the newly added rows doesn't get the formula in their row.

Can someone help me in this please.
 

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