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# SubTotal on Filtered List

Posted on 2013-11-04
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Folks,
Good morning to all hoping everyone enjoyed the weekend.

Here's my objective. I've attached a worksheet that has a filter on Relationship. I also understand that SubTotal is the correct function to use when filtering. I've already entered the SubTotal formula in D23. When I apply a Relationship filter the sub-total disappears. Is it possible to have a the sub-total be the last cell below the net amount regardless of the filering?
SubTotalFiltered.xlsm
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Question by:Frank Freese
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,
The important thing is to have the total detached of the table

I've remade the Filter to reach only to row 22

and then placed the subtotal at row 24

Regards
SubTotalFiltered-v1.xlsm
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ID: 39621974
That's interesting. Even though the range stops at row 22 you need to have a blank row for your sub-total. Thanks
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ID: 39621976
thanks - that was some good information
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