Create a table in word.

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How can make a sensible table in MS Word which can make auto sum in the table.

 

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Create a table in word.

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  • Hi

    First of all, Click in the cell where you want to display the total of the numbers, then Click the "Table Tools Layout" tab. Click "Formula" in the Data grouping. then Enter your formula. To tally the numbers in the column above the formula, for example, you would type: =SUM(ABOVE). You can replace "Above" with "Below," "Left" or "Right," depending on the location of the numbers you're adding. In the End, Choose the number format you want to.

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    Create a table in word.

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    Using auto sum is Ms Word is easy, you will just need to use the procedure below:

    • You will simply need to click in the cell to the right or below a contiguous row or column where you want to place the result.
    • And then you will need to click the AutoSum button which you will find on the 'Tables and Borders' toolbar.
    • For you to display the Tables and Borders toolbar, you will need to choose 'Toolbars' from the 'View menu', and then you will check 'Tables and Borders.'

    Just an example on how to implement auto sum, in case you need to sum the units that are sold in the north by all representatives, then you will just need to click the blank cell which is just below those values and then you will click AutoSum in the Ms Word menu. AutoSum will automatically add up all of the values above the current cell.

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