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    Hi,
    I'm aware there is a way of using sum totals when the autofilter is applied, but can't remember how to do it - can you help?

    Also
    the list from which the the sum total drops down a row each time a new entry is added, how can I get the sum to include the new cell from the row in the range so it calculates correctly.

    Many Thanks

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    Use the subtotal function

    =SUBTOTAL(9,[RANGE])

    9 denotes the sum function. There are many others for count, average yaddy yaddy yadda (see help for a full list)

    James

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