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## Grand Total on Matrix

Is there a way for me to put the totals on another column like the photo below? I am currently using matrix visual.

Thank you!

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## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

@mussaenda solution attached, take a look and feel free to change as per your need.

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## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

@mussaenda do you want it on each row?

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## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

Actually, they asked me to do the same format as the attached photo. Is it possible? If not, are there other ways to show the grand total on another column?

Super User

## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

@mussaenda I dont think there is straight forward way to do this but with some DAX measures I believe we can achieve this. Can you share sample data in excel via onedrive/google drive, remove any sensitive data.

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## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

Hi @parry2k,

I sent the data to you, thankyou!

Community Support Team

## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

You may drag the following calculated column to Rows.

```Column =
SUMX (
FILTER ( Table1, Table1[Grade] = EARLIER ( Table1[Grade] ) ),
Table1[QTY]
)
```
Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

The calculated column might be correct but it is giving me this error:

For the qty measure, here is my formula:

```Stock Qty =

CALCULATE([Total Carico Qty],
FILTER(ALL('Date Table'),
'Date Table'[Date] <= MAX('Date Table'[Date]))) -
CALCULATE([Total Scarico Qty],
FILTER(ALL('Date Table'),
'Date Table'[Date] <= MAX('Date Table'[Date])))```

Thank you for your help!

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## Re: Grand Total on Matrix

@mussaenda solution attached, take a look and feel free to change as per your need.

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