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How do I add similar rows in Excel 2010 without manually having to use SUMIF & specific criteria?

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I have an Excel document that has two columns, vendor & payment amount. I have a long list of vendors and associated payments, but I need to generate a total, by vendor. That is, find all the like vendors and total it. I know I could use SUMIF but would need to specify each vendor manually, which would be impractical as the list is too long.

 Want to automate to sum & consolidate columns A/B to D/E
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Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE) earned 2000 total points
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Hello,

click a cell in Column A or B, within your data set, then click Insert > Pivot table. Either choose to put it on a new sheet or click a cell on the existing sheet. Drag the Vendor field to the row area and the amount to the Values area and make sure to set it to Sum. Now you've successfully created a pivot table.

cheers, teylyn
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This worked perfectly, thank you!
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Here's a screenshot.

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