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Sum only Data Filtered

Posted on 2014-04-06
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Question; what formula (e.g. Sum) do I use if I want to only see the sum values for the records that are selected when I use filtering?  If I have 100 records that = $100,000, and apply a certain filter on a column, I want only the value of the subset of records that are displayed.

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JoseBarroso earned 300 total points
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Hi,

Istead of using the formula "=Sum (a,b)" try use this "=SUBTOTAL (9,a,b)"
(the 9 means "sum" in the SUBTOTAL function)

Hope this help
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Thank you!  Worked well.

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by:Naresh Patel
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I guess  =SUBTOTAL(109,your range)
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