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    Hi Guys:
    I know the name is intimidating ... but working with the Pivot Tables is a delight once you get past the initial shock. Amit this is how you would go about it ... you got to jump in if you want to learn swimming...
    1) click somewhere within your table
    2) DATA|Pivot Table Report
    3) then you will see some intimaidating layout talking about pages, columns, rows, etc. -- it may take a little getting used to but Pivot Tables are a beauty.

    try it -- if you want email me your worksheet and then we can chat on it together

    HTH
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    Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.
    Energy Efficient Building Network LLC
    www.energyefficientbuild.com

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    brettvba thanks for the solution that does what I want. I just tried it out.

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    Yogi thanks for the example I will try out the pivot table as well but I need to get this in as soon as I can so for now I will use sub-totals and will try it with pivot tables after that.

    once again Thanks for that guys

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