PIVOT TABLE PERCENT OF TOTAL

CCZAJKA

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Hi!

I just created a pivot table that has about 30 subtotals and one grand total. I want to run a percent of total calculation based on the subtotals, not the grand total. I didn't want to do this in excel because then I would have to create $A$A for every subtotal, it just seems it should be easier based on a pivot, but maybe it can't be done. :) Thanks for your help!!
 

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salemnj1

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that's a great tutorial, but it still doesn't realy show how to get a % of Subtotal...
 

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