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Fetch Unique values from a single column

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    Fetch Unique values from a single column

    Hi,

    I have a excel which has duplicate numeric values in the one column and each numeric value shall have an amount value.

    I have to calculate the total amount for that each unique Numeric Value.

    I have attached the sheet for reference.

    It would be nice, if anyone suggest a formulae to collect this data.

    Thanks,
    Sherly.
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    Re: Fetch Unique values from a single column

    I would use a PivotTable or SubTotal

    I think the PivotTable is the best option. I've added a Dynamic Named Range for the source called Data.
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    Re: Fetch Unique values from a single column

    Thanks Roy.

    But, I need that unique EIN's to be listed in a seperate column with their sum of Amounts.

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    Re: Fetch Unique values from a single column

    right click the table to get the wizard then move the ein lable from the filter field to the row field
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