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    Hide Data in Running Total Pivot

    Hi there,

    I have monthly profit data for 2014. I'm trying to add cumulative profit by monthly cohort in a pivot table. The "Show Value As > Running Total In" function almost works perfect, except I want to leave the cell blank if there is no data to add to the running total. The reason is because I don't want to show a flat line in a line chart if there is no data. Please see attached images. I've also thought about creating a "Cumulative Profit" column with a formula that takes the 1st purchase month (G1), and cohort month (K1) and returns the cumulative profit from C1 or something. I'm so suck.

    Data

    Pivot data.PNG

    Pivit 1 - No calculation

    Profit pivot.PNG

    Pivot 2 - Cumulative profit

    Cumulative profit.PNG

    Pivot 2 chart

    Cumulative profit chart.PNG


    I've spend 12+ hours trying to figure this out so any help would really be appreciated. Thanks.
    Last edited by musukoll; 08-18-2019 at 08:49 AM.

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