Calculating the sum without using a pivottable

thekingoflondon

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I have a sheet with 2 columns and about 1000 rows.

In Column A are about 10 unique entries, repeated a few hundred times each.

In Column B are are number values relating to the entries in Column A.

How can I work out the sum of the values in Column A relating to each unique entry in Column B?

I can get a list of the unique entries in Column A by using the advanced filter and ticking the unique entries box. Next to this list I want the sum of all the values relating to each individual entry.

Thanks

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Why not just use SUMIF?

=SUMIF(A1:A1000, C1, B1:B1000)

Why not just use SUMIF?

=SUMIF(A1:A1000, C1, B1:B1000)

Yep, that's perfect thanks.

Sorry,

My excel skills are useless, I know this isn't a very difficult problem to solve!

Thanks

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