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DAX Formula

Hi, I am using the below formula to work out if an employee has submitted multiple expense claims by using their supplier number:


I also need a count of how many expense claims each person has submitted, can you please help with this.

RE: DAX Formula

Hi Lesley,

Thank you for the forum question.

Do you have a table with the employees (one record for each employee) and a related table with the claims? Or how have you the data organised?

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