Use the subtotal function in Excel to get totals of totals

Posted on:  08/18/2017
Use the subtotal function in Excel to get totals of totals

Excel’s SUBTOTAL function can show the SUM, AVERAGE, COUNT, MAX, MIN, and others functions. You should use the SUBTOTAL function to exclude values in hidden rows and get totals of totals.

YouTube Video of using Subtotals

Table of what the Subtotal numbers mean

Function number to include hidden values Function number to ignore hidden values Function
1 101 Average
2 102 Count
3 103 Counta
4 104 Max
5 105 Min
6 106 Product
7 107 Stdev
8 108 StDevp
9 109 Sum

 

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