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Percent of Total in Charts
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Display Percentages in Queries, Modern Pie Charts


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Learn how to display percentages in your queries, and in the new Modern Charts in Microsoft Access.

Brent from Santa Ana, CA (a Gold Member) asks: I'm trying to create a pie chart in Microsoft Access using these new Modern Charts. I cannot figure out for the life of me how to see a percentage value for the data label. I can do it in the old Access charts, and I can do it in Excel, but I can't figure it out in these new Modern Charts. Help!

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