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Adding a list of numbers, dropping the lowest number first.

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    Adding a list of numbers, dropping the lowest number first.

    I have a column with 4 randomly generated numbers. What I want to do is take the numbers, drop the lowest of the four and add the other 3 together.
    Is there a VBS are a fx formula that anyone knows that can help me on this.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Adding a list of numbers, dropping the lowest number first.

    Hi and welcome to the forum

    If your data is in A1:A4, try this...
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