help with subtotal

Sean15

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I created the file below using subtotal from Excel 2003. To format file, I clicked on no 2 in the top left hand corner of the work area. Excel seems to displays only column A (staff No) and column C (Amt). How can I display what's in column 2 (Name).

Staff No Name Amt
53 Total 7,399.35
34 Total 5,851.20
408 Total 5,468.00
32 Total 1,799.20
343 Total 4,716.40
45 Total 2,917.20
80 Total 2,212.00
59 Total 2,200.00
61 Total 2,706.00
82 Total 946.00
79 Total 4,680.00
90 Total 1,970.40
66 Total 4,782.80
47 Total 2,953.02
46 Total 6,571.20
88 Total 3,894.80
97 Total 6,760.00
77 Total 2,865.20
Grand Total 70,692.77

Thank you.
 

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Sean15

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It looks like I just got buried. Could you help me with this. Thank you.

Sean
 

Sean15

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Could someone provide a solution to this question please.


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Thank you rallcorn. Clicking "3" shows all duplicate data which is not necessary. No. "2" format shows sub totals but Excel displays only column A (staff No) and column C (Amt). Is it possible to display columns A, B, C without showing all data?

I tried using SUMIF($A$2:$A$29,A2,$C$2:$C$29), but duplicate totals shows up.

Staff No Name Amt
53 a 3,745.35 7399.35
53 a 3,654.00 7399.35
34 b 2,925.60 5851.2
34 b 2,925.60 5851.2
408 c 2,734.00 5468
408 c 2,734.00 5468
32 d 1,799.20 1799.2
343 g 1,799.20 4716.4
343 g 2,917.20 4716.4

Could someone help.

Sean
 

Sean15

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Pivot table works elegantly. Thank you.

Sean
 

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