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Create a table with all Totals from different matrix and sources

Hi,

 

I have row subtotals in each matrix and each has a different sources. Is there a way I can make a table to bring each row subtotal into one table? 

 

The row subtotals are added when I make the matrix visual there's an option to turn them on. I would like to move the Row subtotal (ex: APAC) to a new table in another sheet and then eventually add all of them up and make a "global" from each of the rows subtotals that i got from each sheet

 

 

Totak.PNGMatrix: Last row is the TOTAL that I want to move add to another tableTotal2.PNG

 

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Re: Create a table with all Totals from different matrix and sources

@karlagb20 

 

You may try Append Queries (Table.Combine) in Query Editor or UNION Function (DAX) to create a new table.

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Re: Create a table with all Totals from different matrix and sources

@karlagb20 

 

You may try Append Queries (Table.Combine) in Query Editor or UNION Function (DAX) to create a new table.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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