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Carol asks "I have a column of numbers that I want to add. But I want subtotals for each person who may have more than one number. Is there a way to add each individual person's numbers without selecting each group for each person and manually adding.

Yes, the feature is called Data - Subtotals. You will find the Subtotals command on the Data menu. Select your data, then choose Data - Subtotals. In the Subtotal dialog box, you will answer three questions:

At each change in: Name

Use function: Sum

Add Subtotal to: Amount

For more details and an image about Data Subtotals, read method #4 in Tip 035.

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By Bill Jelen on 15-Oct-2001

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