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    Subtotals (2003)

    I don't know how to ask this question, so I'm submitting an attachment with my post. I am subtotalling a spreadsheet on values in columns E, F, G and H. I want the value (name) in columns A and D to show in subtotal view also. Please take a look at this attachment and tell me how to do this. Thank you! (oops reposted - I forgot to attach).

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    Re: Subtotals (2003)

    The Subtotal dialog only allows you to subtotal on one column. You are subtotalling on the Pay Type. A couple of options for getting the Name in the blank cell would be to select a Name and Copy Down until the name changes. This would have to be repeated to the bottom. A second option would be to write a macro to automate the first option and attach the macro to a command button.

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    Re: Subtotals (2003)

    Hi Melanie,
    The easy way to get the values in column A (as you already have column D) is to select cells A1:A274, then press Ctrl+G to bring up the Goto dialog, select the Special... button, choose Blanks from the left column of options and press OK. (This will select all the blank cells between A1 and A274). Then just type = and press the up arrow and then press Ctrl+Enter. This will fill the blank cells with whatever is in the cell above them.
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    Re: Subtotals (2003)

    yeah.. Thank you Rory. That will work just fine!

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