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Calculated field to calculate response rate

I have a pivot table with a count of requests and a count of responses. I am trying to show the response rate (responses/requests shown as a percentage). I've ensured that all the numbers in the pivot are displayed as numbers, but the return is always 0%. What am I doing wrong?

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    Harvey Morrow May 11, 2010

    What is the formula you are using?

  • That_Old_Guy May 11, 2010

    what value should be showing? it may be that you don't have enough decimal places setup on your cell that displays the percentage.

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