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Excel 2013:  Is there a function that does a 'Sum cell A3 for ALL tabs except for one'?

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Hello Excel Rock Stars

I have a client/buddy that wants to do thirty tabs for thirty different events, all with the same format.

The end will have a 'Totals' tab, where I need to sum cells from all 30 other tabs, e.g. Sum(all a3's except for the Totals tab), Sum(all b4's except for the Totals tab), etc.

Is that possible?

Thanks.
Jimbo
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Ok, lets assume the workbook has 31 sheets (tabs) called "Event1" "Event2" .... "Event30" "Event Totals" etc

In cell A3 on sheet "Event Totals" you would type

Sum(Event1:Event30!A3)
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Bingo bango.  Thanks.
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