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Cumulative running balance on multiple sources?

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How to do a running (cumulative) balance per SOURCE (and without a Value error because of the heading)?
The data WILL be sorted over and over again.

Sample attached.

Anthony
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=SUMIF(B$1:B2,B2,E$1:E2)

should work.
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So simple!

and fascinates me to see it in R1C1 formats because they don't change when copied:

some notes for me, this one replicates the A1 mixed abs/relative style
=SUMIF(R1C[-4]:RC[-4],RC[-4],R1C[-1]:RC[-1])

and this one is absolute
=SUMIF(R1C2:RC2,RC2,R1C5:RC5)
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I must learn this way of looking at things.
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