I have a pivot table that shows A/R by the week it was calculated and the age of the claim. The column labels are the Week label (Current, Week 2, Week 3) and then the age of the claim 0-30 Days, 31-60 Days, etc. The row label is the insurance company who is paying the claim. I am doing grand totals on the columns, but I need to see the column grand total as a percent of the total grand total. For example, I can see that my "Current" 0-30 grand total is $345 and my "Current" 31-60 grand total is $35. But I need to know what % the 345 and 35 are of all of the "Current" grand totals. I can see my "Week 2" 0-30 grand total is $1083, and the 31-60 grand total is $75, but I need to know what % the 1083 and 75 are of all of the "Week 2" column grand totals. I know how to show an individual cell as a % of the row total, but can't seem to figure out how to do that for the grand totals row.
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