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Summarize only filtered values using SUBTOTAL & AGGREGATE formulas

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We all know the good old SUM() formula. It can sum up values in a range. But what if you want to sum up only filtered values in a range? SUM() doesn’t care if a value is filtered or not. It just sums up the numbers. But there are other formulas that can pay attention to the filters. Let’s learn about them.

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4 Responses to “Summarize only filtered values using SUBTOTAL & AGGREGATE formulas”

  1. Heather says:

    Thanks Chandoo - once again you have inspired me to look at a different function for something I do regularly.

    I have used the Subtotal function for years, but had completely ignored Aggregate - and this showed me that I really need to look at this function more closely.

    I use Subtotal for filtering purposes, but also to provide subtotals of my numbers and know that they can be ignored when I use a Subtotal at the very bottom to sum the entire column.

  2. Kiev says:

    Thanks, Chandoo, I am very happy to know this new function - aggregate, it make such a compensate for the subtotal...great...

  3. MF says:

    I use SUBTOTAL(103,Ref) to determine whether a row is hidden or not.

    Here's an example:
    http://wmfexcel.com/2015/08/22/put-a-dynamic-hint-for-showing-or-hiding-rows-or-columns-hidden-by-data-group/

  4. prasha99 says:

    superb! its a great help.

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