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## Return value based on selected country and its corresponding currency

Hi All,

I need the formula that would return sales in local currency based on the country slicer. For e.g, if i select sweden in the slicer, it should return me sales in swedish kroner only. I have attached the data set for further clarification.

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## Re: Return value based on selected country and its corresponding currency

Hi ekx,

It seems that you want to achieve below result, when you select country SWEDEN, it will show sek currency and sale in table, right? If so, you could create another table (cur)like below, and create relationship between tables , use new table(cur)'s country in Slicer, you will get below result

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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## Re: Return value based on selected country and its corresponding currency

Hi ekx,

It seems that you want to achieve below result, when you select country SWEDEN, it will show sek currency and sale in table, right? If so, you could create another table (cur)like below, and create relationship between tables , use new table(cur)'s country in Slicer, you will get below result

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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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## Re: Return value based on selected country and its corresponding currency

wow thanks for you help!!!

Im just curious , is it possible to do it with a formula?

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## Re: Return value based on selected country and its corresponding currency

Hi ekx,

You could use measure to achieve this. You still need to create a table just have country column(like above suggestions, but this table only have country column), and don't need to create  relationship between two table, then you could create a measure like below, use new table's country in slicer

`Measure 9 = SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE('cur'[Country]), "A",CALCULATE(SUM('currency'[amount]), FILTER(('currency'),('currency'[currency])="a")),"B",CALCULATE(SUM('currency'[amount]), FILTER('currency',('currency'[currency])="b")),"C",CALCULATE(SUM('currency'[amount]), FILTER('currency',('currency'[currency])="c")))`

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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## Re: Return value based on selected country and its corresponding currency

AMAZING!! thanks so much for your help!!!

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