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EE Pros,

I have a great "Radar Chart" that EE Pros helped build.  I now need some help with the math and specific "Totals".  The attached Worksheet allows you to select or deselect specific columns or rows by doublechecking on a checkmarks.  You will see rows and columns appear and disappear as you select.  What doesn't change are the totals at the end of the columns and rows based on selection.  Can you take a look and see how the math would work (formula or within the macros) based on what is selected (i.e. visible)?  That is to say, if you deselect a row or column or multiple rows or columns, the totals will change.

Thank you in advance,

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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

pls try in F6 and fill down an d fill right

=IF(AND($D6="P",F$4="P"),F57,"")

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Rgonzo,  Thank you!  Works great.  Just installed the formulas and it worked really well.....

Thanks again,

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