How to add dynamic totals to a filtered list in Microsoft Excel
Use a dynamic sum when filtering lists. Add a filter and still see the correct total. This is a Microsoft Excel tutorial covering, how to add dynamic totals to a filtered list. The tutor starts off by adding the SUM function to a list of figures. The SUM function returns the correct amount. However, when a filter is applied to the same list the result is incorrect. The tutor removes the SUM function and then reapplies a filter before clicking the SUM function again. This time the SUM function changes into the Subtotal function, and will automatically change the result as the filter changes. The tutor also mentioned that if the table is formatted as a Table, then the Subtotal function is automatically applied. How to add dynamic totals to a filtered list in Microsoft Excel.
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