All,
Was wondering if anyone could possibly help me figure out a work around for my 'Grand Total' row.
There are 3 columns that are involved here: 'Price', 'Lead Volume', and 'Total Spend'. The 'Total Spend' column is a simple custom calculation: 'Price' X 'Lead Volume'. This calculation works well until we get to the 'Grand Total'.
I have used the 'Total All' feature for the 'Grand Totals' but it is not working for the 'Total Spend' because it is using the same calculation as the primary table: 'Price' X 'Lead Volume'. The 'Lead Volume' total is correct but the 'Price' in the 'Grand Total' is an average calculation, therefore not getting me the right 'Total Spend'.
Is there a way for me to change the 'Total Spend' column ONLY in my 'Grand Total Row' to just sum up everything above it?
I hope this made some sense. Thank you very much to anyone that takes the time to read this and especially to those who reply.
Hi Johnny,
If sum only Total Spend to be a sum of your averages, right click on the Total Spend on your view (I'm guessing it's on the Measure Values card), then select Total Using>Sum. Hope this helps. If not, could you post a sample workbook so we can take a closer look?
-Tracy
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