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Filter and sum

Filter and sum

Filter and sum

(OP)
Hi,

I use a filter on a table to sort parts by reference. on the next column is the price of the parts. When I sort parts by ref I would like to have Excel calculate the sum of the displayed prices only and not the full column of prices.

I'm looking for a function to do so, but if it can only be done by a macro, it's fine as well.

Many thanks,

Cyril Guichard
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Filter and sum

(OP)
nevermind, i found it

SUB.TOTAL(9,ref1,ref2,...)

Cyril Guichard
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Filter and sum

sumif may also work

Rick Kitson MBA P.Eng

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RE: Filter and sum

(OP)
Will check it. Thanks for the tip.

Cyril Guichard
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Filter and sum

You might also want to consider using a pivot table for this

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