how to subtotal or goup this excel 2013 spreadsheet

Group by each employee name, add subtotal below each group.
thanks
Book1.xlsx
HemlockPrintersAsked:
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tel2Commented:
Is the attached what you're after, HemlockPrinters?
Book1a.xlsx
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Or something like this...
Subtotal.xlsx
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HemlockPrintersAuthor Commented:
Yes, tel2. that's what I am looking for.
how do you do that? could you please tell me step by step? thanks
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tel2Commented:
I just did it manually.

For each employee, I:
- Inserted a row for the Subtotal.
- Typed "Subtotal" in column A.
- Used the sum (sigma) button to total the block of figures above in column B, (adjusting it's range if it didn't work because the 1st 2 employees had a "txtOT." row which makes it fail).
- Copied that total to the right for columns C, D & E.

Were you needing something that would do this automatically for regular use?  If you are, then I think that's something that should have been specified in your 1st post (i.e. before people like me waste time on it), and I I'll leave it to someone else.
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tel2Commented:
Thanks for the points, HemlockPrinters.
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