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    Excel - how to copy the sum from one cell and pasting as a value in another

    I would like to know how to create a marco to do the following:

    Take the value of this =SUM(H9018:K9018)

    and put it in F9018.

    Currently I have to copy (=SUM(H9018:K9018)) then put the cursor on F9018, right click, choose values and then hit OK. I have to do this about 50 times a day, and need a quicker method.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    Pete,

    Place your cursor in F9018.
    Click the Summation Tool Sumation.PNG.
    Click and drag from H9018 to J9018.
    Hit Enter.
    Done.
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