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    Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    I need help trying to figure out how to make a formula that will create a subtotal (sum) that will only add visible fields when using filter.

    What I need it to do is: Create a subtotal of all values from column C (Span Code) when column B (Span Type) is not "Manual - Climbing", then take all values that ARE "Manual - Climbing", add them together and multiply them by 3, and add them to the first total.

    All while not adding rows that are filtered out by the company column A.

    I've been able to create partial formulas using SUMIFS, but they don't work with filtered data... Is there any way to do this?

    So basically, (sum spantype <> Manual) + (sum spantype = Manual, subtotal *3) in case I wasn't clear. xD
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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    I'm sorry but I'm not sure what you're referring to. xD

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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    With a pivot table.

    See the attached file.

    Notice => you don't add the expected result in your sheet.
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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    Hi xD,

    Where do you want the sum to display, how would you like it displayed?

    Or, do you mean the macro and VBA???

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    Unhappy Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    Oh, sorry. What I would like it to display is just the subtotal off to the side somewhere. The problem I was facing was that subtotal and IF statements don't seem to work together.

    The file I've uploaded now has a better explanation of what I'm hoping to accomplish. Sorry about not being super clear with it.
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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    What is the differance with the question, in which I offered a solution in # 4.

    So please explain what is wrong in my solution.

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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    When I used the filter, the total didn't change in the table you created. So for example, when i filtered the company "Kildonan Tree Service" out, the totals remained the same.

    I need the table to give a total based on filtered results, so that it does not include values that are not visible.

    Thank you for your efforts, sorry I didn't respond.

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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    And did you try the filter in the pivot table?

    You don't show the result manualy,so I can't show it to you.

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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

    Oh! I've never used pivot tables before. I didn't notice that you could turn on the Company field to see the results from that.

    Yes, that gives me the result I was looking for. Thanks so much!

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    This will put them in the next row under H,I & J:

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    Re: Subtotal based on conditions met in another column

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