Sum values based on date

KPAW

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I have a spreadsheet where I tack daily expenditure. On a given day I could spend on several items. At the end of that day I want the total of that day's spending in the last row that bear the same date.

For example in the table below, I have the date, amount and total columns.

I want to be able to have a formula in the totals column that look at the dates in the date column, and where the date in a row is different from the date in the row immediately below, sum the values of amounts in rows with the same date and give the total in the last row with the same date.

Date

Amount

Total
10-Mar-12100
10-Mar-12112
10-Mar-12124
10-Mar-12136
10-Mar-12220692
11-Mar-12232
11-Mar-12244476
13-Mar-12256
13-Mar-12268524

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I would be grateful for any assistance to find a solution.
 

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511-Mar-124762238476
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I have a spreadsheet where I tack daily expenditure. On a given day I could spend on several items. At the end of that day I want the total of that day's spending in the last row that bear the same date.

For example in the table below, I have the date, amount and total columns.

I want to be able to have a formula in the totals column that look at the dates in the date column, and where the date in a row is different from the date in the row immediately below, sum the values of amounts in rows with the same date and give the total in the last row with the same date.
DateAmount Total
10-Mar-12100
10-Mar-12112
10-Mar-12124
10-Mar-12136
10-Mar-12220692
11-Mar-12232
11-Mar-12244476
13-Mar-12256
13-Mar-12268524

<tbody>
</tbody>

I would be grateful for any assistance to find a solution.

C2, copied down:

=IF(A2<>A3,SUMIF($A$2:A2,A2,$B$2:B2),"")
 
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I have a spreadsheet where I tack daily expenditure. On a given day I could spend on several items. At the end of that day I want the total of that day's spending in the last row that bear the same date.

For example in the table below, I have the date, amount and total columns.

I want to be able to have a formula in the totals column that look at the dates in the date column, and where the date in a row is different from the date in the row immediately below, sum the values of amounts in rows with the same date and give the total in the last row with the same date.
Date
Amount
Total
10-Mar-12
100
10-Mar-12
112
10-Mar-12
124
10-Mar-12
136
10-Mar-12
220
692
11-Mar-12
232
11-Mar-12
244
476
13-Mar-12
256
13-Mar-12
268
524

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</TBODY>

I would be grateful for any assistance to find a solution.
Try this...

Enter this formula in C2:

=IF(A2=A3,"",B2)

Enter this formula in C3 and copy down as needed:

=IF(A3=A4,"",SUMIF(A$2:A3,A3,B$2:B3))
 
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