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    Unhappy Get Back "#N/A" When work out "relative ratio" by PIVOT's "Show Value as /Difference from"

    As title ,I am swamping in the problem for long time.

    How to replace the "#N/A" with the correct value ,that is the difference of "Sum of over 180" of 7/1/2013-"Sum

    of over 180" of 6/1/2013.

    Appreciate all of you who can help on, THX
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    Re: Get Back "#N/A" When work out "relative ratio" by PIVOT's "Show Value as /Difference f

    Hi DINGHUI0430,

    You need the 'Aging_Date' field in the 'ROWS' area of the Pivot.

    That field isn't available to the calculation which is why you're getting the error.

    Hth
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    Re: Get Back "#N/A" When work out "relative ratio" by PIVOT's "Show Value as /Difference f

    Thanks ,it really works

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    Re: Get Back "#N/A" When work out "relative ratio" by PIVOT's "Show Value as /Difference f

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