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## Multi column totals then percentege

Hi there,

I want to try show totals then percentage like this;

Expense  Jan - Feb  - Mar -Totals - Percentage

Salary     300 - 100 - 350 - 750    -   %50

Electric   100 - 300 - 350 - 750    -   %50

------------------------------------------------

Totals    400 - 400 -  700  - 1.500 -  %100

If I try to percentage code include divide results shows all column percentage. But I want to show percentage just end of the table column.

what is the solution?

Ty.

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Hi @yassara ,

Please try the following methods and check if they can solve your problem:

1.Create the simple table.

2.Create the new column to calculate total.

``Total = 'Table'[Jan] + 'Table'[Feb] + 'Table'[Mar]``

3.Create the measure to sum total.

``MeasureTotal = SUM('Table'[Jan]) + SUM('Table'[Feb]) + SUM('Table'[Mar])``

4.Create the measure to calculate percentage.

``Percentage = FORMAT(DIVIDE([MeasureTotal], CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Total]), ALL('Table'))),"0%")``

5.Drag the Total and measure into the table visual. The result is shown below.

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

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So can you help me about if the table has like this;

Date           - Type      - Amout - Code

------------------------------------------

10.07.2023 - Salary    -  1.000   -  780

15.08.2023 - Other     -  5.500  -  780

11.07.2023 - Salary     - 1.200   - 770

10.09.2023 - Salary    - 5.000    - 780

10.08.2023 - Electricity - 5.000  - 780

and I want to show report like this;

Type     -  Jully   -   Agust    -  September  - Total    -  % Perc

------------------------------------------------------------

Salary  -   2.200    -    0        -    5.000        -  7.200   -    40,68%

Other   -     0       -   5.500    -      0             -   5.500  -   31,08%

Electricity - 0       -   5.000    -      0             -   5.000  -   28,24%

Total    -  2.200    -   10.500  -    5.000        -  17.700 -   100%

Community Support

Hi @yassara ,

Please try the following methods and check if they can solve your problem:

1.Create the simple table.

2.Create the new column to calculate total.

``Total = 'Table'[Jan] + 'Table'[Feb] + 'Table'[Mar]``

3.Create the measure to sum total.

``MeasureTotal = SUM('Table'[Jan]) + SUM('Table'[Feb]) + SUM('Table'[Mar])``

4.Create the measure to calculate percentage.

``Percentage = FORMAT(DIVIDE([MeasureTotal], CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Total]), ALL('Table'))),"0%")``

5.Drag the Total and measure into the table visual. The result is shown below.

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Resolver III

Hi @yassara,

One approach that could help here is to use calculation group as explained in this video:
Use Measures as Columns Using Calculation Group in Power BI

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