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AMM

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Lets just say my Worksheet is 7 rows wide (a-d) and 5 rows long. In each row I have a total coming from data on a separate sheet. Column D is set up as a Total column for values in b-c. So it would look like:

1--A--B--C--D
2--1--2--3--6
3--5--2-1--8
4--3--2--1--6
5--1--1--2--4

My question is since my actual chart is much longer than 5 rows long is there any kind of formula or easier way to input the each sum formula at once or am I going to have to do each row one at a time?

Thanks!
 

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Giordano Bruno

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Hi AMM.

The answer is probably yes, but we would have to know how the data is arranged on the other sheet so that we might suggest a method of identifying the correct cell reference.

Is there a consistant space between the source cells? Is there some other cell which identifies which cell is the source? perhaps a label of some sort.

BTW "A to D" is not 7 rows wide, but four columns wide
 

Datsmart

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Put this formula in Cell D2.
Code:
=SUM(A2:C2)
Double click the fill-handle to copy to the bottom row of column D.
 

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