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# Total each row for unknown Rows N

Posted on 2013-10-30
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How do I total each row (x), for all seven days?  The number of rows will continue to increase each week (variable Row N). I'd like to do this in VBA.  I need to be able to find the last row (Row N) automatically and sum (Total), for each row.

Row#      Sat      Sun       Mon      Tues      Wed      Thurs      Fri      Total
1                  5      5      5      5      2.5      x
2                  0      0      0      0      1.25      x
3                  2      3      3      3      4.25      x
4                  8      8      8      8      0      x
5                  0      0      0      0      8      x
6                  6      6      5      5      5      x
7                  3      2      4      3      3      x
8                  4      12      2.5      2      2      x
9                  2      3      1.5      0.5      0      x
10                  1      0.5      0      0      2      x
11                  5      5      5      5      2.5      x
.                  0      0      0      0      1.25      x
.                  2      3      3      3      4.25      x
.                  8      8      8      8      0      x
.                  0      0      0      0      8      x
.                  6      6      5      5      5      x
.                  3      2      4      3      3      x
.                  4      4      2.5      2      2      x
.                  2      3      1.5      0.5      0      x
Row N                  1      0.5      0      0      2      x
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Question by:dm2121
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ID: 39612788
Here is a macro that will put the sum formulas on the active worksheet. As written, it is expecting to see the data to be summed in columns B:H, starting in row 2.
``````Sub Totalizer()
Dim rgData As Range, rgTotals As Range
With ActiveSheet
Set rgData = Intersect(.UsedRange, .Range("B:H"))       'Data in columns B:H
Set rgData = rgData.Offset(1, 0).Resize(rgData.Rows.Count - 1)     'Start in row 2
Set rgTotals = rgData.Columns(1).Offset(0, 7)
End With
rgTotals.FormulaR1C1 = "=SUM(RC" & rgData.Column & ":RC" & (rgData.Column + rgData.Columns.Count - 1) & ")"
End Sub
``````
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Author Comment

ID: 39613936
Thanks byundt for the quick response!

It seems to work, but I'd like it to find the last row and sum the days from row 2 to Row N; not Row N+1. This week I could have 500 rows and need to total the days; next week it will grow to1149 rows; I don't need to go down 10,000.  I don't want to have "0" in the total after Row N+1.

dm2121
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byundt earned 2000 total points
ID: 39613963
The code is finding the bottom of your data using the .UsedRange property of the worksheet. There is apparently something in row N+1.

I can alternatively find the last row by looking upwards from the bottom of the worksheet in say column B.
``````Sub Totalizer()
Dim rgData As Range, rgTotals As Range
Dim N As Long
With ActiveSheet
N = .Cells(.Rows.Count, "B").End(xlUp).Row          'Find last row of data by looking up from bottom of column B
Set rgData = Range(.Range("B2"), .Range("H" & N))   'All data in columns B:H, starting in row 2
Set rgTotals = rgData.Columns(1).Offset(0, 7)
End With
rgTotals.FormulaR1C1 = "=SUM(RC" & rgData.Column & ":RC" & (rgData.Column + rgData.Columns.Count - 1) & ")"
End Sub
``````
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Author Comment

ID: 39614032
byunt,

You are correct! Your solution is perfect and works as planned!

Please disregard my first comment; the problem came from my end.

Thank you very much for your great expertize!

Regards,

dm2121
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