# table sum

#### jnuzman

##### New Member
I need to find a formula to sum up the total sales for individuals. Let's say Column A contains the name of individuals (possibly repeated as they make new sales) and Column B contains the dollar amount of sales. On another sheet I could have their names ( only once each this time) in column A with their total sales in Column B.

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#### pgc01

##### MrExcel MVP
Hi jnuzman

Try looking at Pivot Tables. A Pivot Table does exactly what you want and you can easily add new specs like number of sales, max sale, average value of sales, etc..

HTH
PGC

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