Referring to your point@ the different in Raw 2 and Raw 3 is another needed data columns and is not duplicated for example product A includes 3 different SKUs, 3 different number of Orders, erc.. so I need to say I have 1 product include multiple items
@Ahmed_Mohamed If you use DISTINCTCOUNT ( table[Product] ) it will give you the correct values, even at the total level. It won't hide the value on the additional rows but may get you close to what you are looking for and will work regardless of the additional columns in your visual.
Thanks a lot for the solution by using advancer editor, but the issue in my data that I'm using a data table and I do not have permission to access the edit query as we are using SQL server datasets, so the only solution that I have to use DAX formula giving the same purpose
Is DAX formula applicable to my logical MS excel formula?