For example, the following example PivotTable contains a calculated field that is named Revenue. This field is defined as Price * Units.
The grand total of 198 does not equal the subtotals of 10+22+36, which is 68.
A1: Sum of Revenue B1: C1: D1:
A2: Product B2: Units C2: Price D2: Total
A3: Alpha B3: 1 C3: 10 D3: 10
A4: B4: 1 Total C4: D4: 10
A5: Alpha Total B5: C5: D5: 10
A6: Bravo B6: 2 C6: 11 D6: 22
A7: B7: 2 Total C7: D7: 22
A8: Bravo Total B8: C8: D8: 22
A9: Charlie B9: 3 C9: 12 D9: 36
A10: B10: 3 Total C10: D10: 36
A11: Charlie Total B11: C11: D11: 36
A12: Grand Total B12: C12: D12: 198
Excel computes the grand totals for the calculated field
Revenues in one of two ways, as follows.