Excel calculate field property from various places in Sheet

I need to calculate  Totals for (Billable Hours i3, Non-Billable Hours i4, Overtime Hours i5) from various places in the  Worksheet.
How do i go about it.
Please see the attached  simple worksheet.
WeeklyExcelTimesheet.xlsm
icdl101Asked:
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
What do you mean by

from various places in the  Worksheet
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FlysterCommented:
Select I2. From the Home Tab - Editibg Group Select Auto Sum. Select F14 then drag to L14. Select enter. Repeat for the other categories. See attached.

Flyster
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FlysterCommented:
Disregard my last post. I think I see what you're looking for. You can use Sumif. For I3 the formula would be:

=SUMIF(E14:E27,"Billable",M14:M27)

What the formula does is look in column E, rows 14-27. If it finds the criteria, "Billable", it will add the figure located in column M on that same row.
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
@icdl101

you might wanna see my solution it is rowbust, no matter howmuch more rows you add, it works.

in your original file, you had a missing referrence of F16 which i also fixed in the attached version
EE-Perfect.xlsm
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icdl101Author Commented:
Thank you Flyster and ProfessorJimJam.

Both of your solutions work equally well.
I have tested them out both.
By the way Flyster, your solutions works well even when you add extra rows.
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
Thx icdl101 for the feedback

You are welcome
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icdl101Author Commented:
Extremely fast and relevant responses from 2 Great Experts

Sorry guys would have split the points evenly but the System didn't allow it.
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