Hello
How can I sum up for example A4 through A16 and have the total appear in A17, i.e., A17 = SUM(A4:A16)
What is the VBA syntax to get the above.
Thank you,
Jen T.
Hello
How can I sum up for example A4 through A16 and have the total appear in A17, i.e., A17 = SUM(A4:A16)
What is the VBA syntax to get the above.
Thank you,
Jen T.
Had you tried this in vba you would have gotten an error msg. Then select
the word sum and use f1 to find out how.
Sub sumem()
MsgBox Sum("g5:g10")
End Sub
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"Susan Hayes" <asdf@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hello
>
> How can I sum up for example A4 through A16 and have the total appear in
A17, i.e., A17 = SUM(A4:A16)
>
> What is the VBA syntax to get the above.
>
>
> Thank you,
>
> Jen T.
>
Here is the code:
ActiveSheet.Range("A17") = Application.Sum(ActiveSheet.Range("A1:A16"))
This inserts the total. Not a formula.
HTH
"Susan Hayes" wrote:
> Hello
>
> How can I sum up for example A4 through A16 and have the total appear in A17, i.e., A17 = SUM(A4:A16)
>
> What is the VBA syntax to get the above.
>
>
> Thank you,
>
> Jen T.
>
>
Sorry I got the range wong. It should read
ActiveSheet.Range("A17") = Application.Sum(ActiveSheet.Range("A4:A16"))
Oops...
"Jim Thomlinson" wrote:
> Here is the code:
>
> ActiveSheet.Range("A17") = Application.Sum(ActiveSheet.Range("A1:A16"))
>
> This inserts the total. Not a formula.
>
> HTH
>
> "Susan Hayes" wrote:
>
> > Hello
> >
> > How can I sum up for example A4 through A16 and have the total appear in A17, i.e., A17 = SUM(A4:A16)
> >
> > What is the VBA syntax to get the above.
> >
> >
> > Thank you,
> >
> > Jen T.
> >
> >
The answers that you have so far "hard code" th erange to be summed
The example below adds some flexibility, although for the example I left out
error handling - you can do that
I have data in column C starting at line 4, my "test" adds the total
Option Explicit
Public Sub Test()
AddTotals 4, "C"
End Sub
Public Sub AddTotals(lFirstRow As Long, sColumn As String)
With Cells(lFirstRow, sColumn).End(xlDown).Offset(1, 0)
.FormulaR1C1 = "=SUM(R[-1]C:R" & lFirstRow & "C)"
End With
End Sub
"Susan Hayes" wrote:
> Hello
>
> How can I sum up for example A4 through A16 and have the total appear in A17, i.e., A17 = SUM(A4:A16)
>
> What is the VBA syntax to get the above.
>
>
> Thank you,
>
> Jen T.
>
>
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