How can I have Microsoft Word tally a column of numbers, and put the result in the last row of the column?

I keep a timesheet (in Microsoft Word 2010) of clients I work for during the day, along with the number of hours I spend on each client.

Column 1 has the client name                       Client 2 has the hours

Joe                                                                        1.5 hours
Tom                                                                     3.2 hours
Edie                                                                      0.2 hours
Total                                                                     4.9 hours

At the end of the day, I need to find a way to automatically generate a total (of client hours) at the end of the timesheet.      

What can I do, to have Word automatically tally Column 2, and put the total in the bottom row?    

Note:  I may change the clients hours throughout the day, add a client, or delete a client.  I would like Word to automatically update the "Total client hours" for the day.
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eemmpphAuthor Commented:
I do not understand the SUM formula.  How do I SUM all of column 2 (which is the B column)?
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eemmpphAuthor Commented:
That did it for me!  =SUM(B1:B3)
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
To ensure you always get all rows included you can use:

=SUM(Above)

BTW, it would probably be simpler to use Excel rather than a Word table.
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