Pivot Table custom Calculations

AMSVCS44

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Is it possible to show a value as a % of a different column in a pivot table? I have my table set up to show # of days missed by department and shift. My columns total days missed for people who have worked 30, 60 and 90 days and I also have a total column at the end. Sample from my table below:


Row Labels 0-30 31-60 61-90 Total

Dept 100 23 14 13 51

1st 10 5 4 19
2nd 8 3 5 18
3rd 5 6 2 13


I want to show the data as a % of the total -- so the first value would show as 45% (23/50). I haven't been able to get what I want so far. It seems like all the custom calculations are only available within its own column. Is it possible to do this within the actual pivot table?

Thanks,
 
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