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How can I get the sum of a column from all entries in a list in sharepoint 2007

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Hi, I have a listA (has 15 columns) where the last column on the right is a total of 8 other columns to the left of it, a calculated column with formula.  
How can I create a new list with the same column as listA.  However I need the last 9 columns has to total of all columns from all the entries for listA.  For example, column 8 of this list would display sum of all entries of column8 for listA, and column 9 of this list would display sum of all entries of column9 for listA................   How can I implement this?  Thank you
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zephyr_hex (Megan) earned 2000 total points
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have you looked at Data View web part?
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