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I have an excel worksheet with multiple columns

I want sub totals in column TCV
for all the various status types in column status
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Sort your workbook by the Status Column.

Then select all your data including the header fields
Click Data --> Subtotals

In the "At each change in" box select Status (if that's the name of your column)
In the "Add subtotal to" listbox, select your columns you want summed (T, C and V - they will be the name of the headers for those fields)
Click OK and that's it
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