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# Thread: summing a standard range down a column

1. Hi,

I have a question dealing with summing a range. I am sorry if this has been covered so if there is an answer in another message just point me to it.

I have a rather large spreadsheet I am importing from another file and need to sum every set of 91 numbers in a column to a new spreadsheet. So, I am summing A1 - A91, A92 - A182, etc. down the column.

I need a to sum these into columns in a new spread sheet. The new spreadsheet will have the same number of columns, but will consist of the sums. I can't seem to write the link in a few cells and then fill down. I have experimented with a little VBA, but am not good enough to write code to do this. Can someone suggest a method for this.

I also need to do this for one column and be able to just fill across the sheet.

Regards,
Jeremy

[ This Message was edited by: jlharrier on 2002-02-19 22:18 ]

[ This Message was edited by: jlharrier on 2002-02-19 23:11 ]

2. Hi
If your data is in Column A, starting A1 then:
B1 is blank or zero
B2 =B1+90
C2 =SUM(OFFSET(A1,B1,0):OFFSET(A1,B2,0))
Scroll formulas down the number of rows your data will divide by 91
hope this helps
Derek
PS Sorry, original post wasn't quite right, amended above. Also if you want column A of a sheetXXX to contain these sums, type = in A1, go to original sheet and select C2 and press Enter. Now return to sheetXXX and scroll formula down

[ This Message was edited by: Derek on 2002-02-19 23:42 ]

[ This Message was edited by: Derek on 2002-02-20 00:02 ]

3. Hi
I have amended my original post (I should have tested it first !). Must be more careful in future.
Derek

4. Derek,

Thanks for the help. That worked great.

Jeremy

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