AUTOMATIC TOTALS

michelebspy

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How do I create it so that a column shows a total at the end, even though you continuously add data, and another column already has a automatic numbering system in refrence to this column. Thanks
 

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Hi.
If I'm hearing you, simply view your totals in a separate pane. Select the entire row at or just above your total(s), click on "Window", click "Freeze Panes".
Or
You may split the screen by placing your mouse pointer directly above the up arrow on your vertical scrollbar. Drag down and adjust both windows to your liking.

Tom
 

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