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  Asked By: Carlton    Date: Aug 28    Category: MS Office    Views: 889
  

I made a pivot chart.
The pivot field lists are "location", "Week_number", "Supplier_Status"
and Suppliers name". The data field is the shipment volume. So for
each location, for each week, for each supplier type and each
supplier, there is a shipment volume. And of course the piviot table
gives a total (total of various supplier_status types, total for
various weeks and then total for each locations.

now i want to have a percentage contribution of each supplier against
that week's total.

For e.g.,
Location is Bangkok
Week_num is 1
Supplier_Status are Green and Orange
The Vendors are A, B, C in Green
The Vendors are D in Orange.

I want how much is the percentage contribution of each vendor for that
particular week. Can somebody help me how to do it? This is just one
data. I have tons of records in a similar fashion

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Answer #1    Answered By: Tate Thompson     Answered On: Aug 28

Use the pivot  toolbar and then go to Formula - Calculated Fields, and now create
a formula that you want on the data  items. If you want you can record this
macro also

 
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