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    Sum occupied cells (2003)

    Hi. I know there is a sum formula that can be created that will sum only the occupied cells in a column, but can't find it. I believe it uses offset, count, etc. For example, I want to sum numbers in column A by means of a formula that will include extra values that I add at the bottom - without using SUM(A:A). Does anyone remember this formula? Thanks, Andy.

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    Re: Sum occupied cells (2003)

    You can use a dynamic named range - see the Dynamic Rangesd subject in Named Ranges.

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    Re: Sum occupied cells (2003)

    Thank you - that worked fine. (The sum formula seems to work directly in a cell, without the need to separately define a range name.)
    Andy.

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    Re: Sum occupied cells (2003)

    Yes, you can use dynamic ranges directly in a formula.

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