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Calculated field in Excel pivot

The Calculated field if used to calculated the difference between 2 fields gives the difference in amount. Is there a way to get the difference in count. The count formula in Calculated field doesn't seem to work. Kindly help

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Count will only work with numbers. So select another box where you want your number and use this formula: =count(x:x) This should give the count number then you will need to find the difference. In another box, use =sum(x-x). This should give you your difference.


If this helps you, please rate me. Thanks, Patty

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