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I would like to get the best approach to summing values  like.

workbook attached
book-one-test.xlsb
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

You could create a Table by selecting your range and Insert / Tables / Table

and the use  formula

=SUM(Table1[A],Table1[b],Table1[c])

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book-one-testV1.xlsb
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by:Steve
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You can use the following array formulas
Entered using [ctrl]+[shift]+[enter]...

=SUM($D$5:$I$8,N(D4:I4<>"*rem"))
=SUM($D$5:$I$8,N(D4:I4="*rem"))

See attached
U--book-one-test.xlsb
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ProfessorJimJam earned 500 total points
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I think my solution is the correct one.  all others does not show the correct outcome :-)

check the attached file.
EE.xlsb
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@JimJam

You do not show the total sum of hours but only the rest of division by day 6: 00 instead of 30:00

You have not changed the format like I did [hh]:mm ;-)
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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@Rgonzo1971

by all means, your number is also correct. sorry did not see the format ;-)  but you can agree with me that sum product is dynamic, if you change the title of the header by either adding *rem or otherway around removing the rem, then your table sum is not updated, whereas the sumproduct catches that one :-)

anyways, you are the genius
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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with three different formats attached. :-)
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