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## Sum Total vs a single value

Hi,

I'm stuck with something very silly but I'cant find the solution.

I have the sales for the month and a target for each month.

Something like this:

Table 1

 MONTH Target Ene 1200 Feb 1345 Mar 789 Abr 1500 May 1600

Table 2

 Sales Target January SHOP 1 128 1200 January SHOP 2 235 1200 January SHOP 3 524 1200 January SHOP 4 576 1200

What I need is to calculated the total sales of all the shops vs the target of the moth that is 1200.  Solution expected 1463-1200=263. Which will be the optimum method to do this?

Thanks!!

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MVP

Your tables have to be linked someway, for example, by month (Table1 to Table 2, 1 to many)

Then a new measure:

Sales diff = CALCULATE(SUM('Table 2'[Sales]))-CALCULATE(SUM('Table 1'[Target]))

Then you'll get desired amount for all months or for selected month only.

For example, if you make a bar chart visual with month number as x-axis, and put this measure in the values, you'll get what you want

Maxim Zelensky
excel-inside.pro
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MVP

Are the months have different names in your tables? "Ene" and "January"?

Maxim Zelensky
excel-inside.pro
Frequent Visitor

Always the same, in fact i'm using the number of the month

MVP

Your tables have to be linked someway, for example, by month (Table1 to Table 2, 1 to many)

Then a new measure:

Sales diff = CALCULATE(SUM('Table 2'[Sales]))-CALCULATE(SUM('Table 1'[Target]))

Then you'll get desired amount for all months or for selected month only.

For example, if you make a bar chart visual with month number as x-axis, and put this measure in the values, you'll get what you want

Maxim Zelensky
excel-inside.pro
Frequent Visitor

Works perfectly! Thank you so much!!

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