Excel/SUMIF and SUBTOTAL combined??
Tom Ogilvy suggested I ask you this question.
I am trying to find a formula to go at the top of Column P that will add up the values in column N, if the text "PTC" appears in column P. Now I know I can do this with a SUMIF, (sumif(P:P,"PTC",N:N) but as I am using filters a lot on this spreadsheet, to isolate specific customers, what would be really useful would be the Subtotal 9 formula, which sums only what is in the filtered section. Is there anyway of combining these two functions?
Don't use entire columns (P:P), but you can increase the 1000 if you need.
This comes from my book "Excel Outside the Box", Page 62. http://www.mrexcel.com/outsidethebox.html
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