I’m used to getting Grand Totals that only show the Total Sum in Pivot Table. But I have a quick hack that allows me to have multiple grand totals!
And on top of that, I can customize what value to show. Read on to see how!
STEP 1: Here is our Pivot Table with multiple Subtotals. However, notice that we only have one Grand Total row.
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STEP 2: Go to our data source and add a blank column GRAND TOTAL:
STEP 3: Now right-click anywhere on your Pivot Table and select Refresh
Now the new Grand Total column is now shown there. Drag this to ROWS
You will see our new row being added here.
STEP 4: Press the spacebar and then click on any other cell in the Pivot Table.
STEP 5: Now let’s do our magic! Right-click on that new row and select Field Settings
Select Custom and pick the functions that you want to display. Click OK.
STEP 6: We do not need our Grand Total row anymore. Right-click on it and select Remove Grand Total
Now you have your multiple Grand Totals!
As you can see, there is no direct way to insert multiple grand totals in Pivot. But you can follow the above mentioned steps and easily insert them in your report.
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