# help

#### sbaxter4

##### Board Regular
I am using the filter feature and I would like to have the total show a sumproduct total any ideas?

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#### kskinne

##### Well-known Member
using this formula (oops i mean this formula):

=SUbTOTAL(9,A1:A100)

will show only the filtered total of A1:A100. modify it to suit you own needs

hth
kevin
This message was edited by kskinne on 2002-11-01 09:21

#### sbaxter4

##### Board Regular
Problem is, I have Qty. in Cell B1:B10 and Prices is C1:C10 and Product in A1:A10 where I Filter on the Product and then would like to use the sumproduct function on the like products.

#### kskinne

##### Well-known Member

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