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I need some addistance with an Excel macro. I load an Excel

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I need some addistance with an Excel macro. I load an Excel worksheet with data gathered by Crystal Reports. The data is sorted by a macro into specific groups. At the end of each group, the macro inserts a total line and then moves on the the next group. This continues until all the data has been sorted and a total line has been added at the bottom of each group. Each group does not contain the same amount of items to be totaled, one may have 6 items to total and the next may have 60. After the macro has ended, I go back to each of the total lines, click Autosum to get each sections totals. I would like to have the Autosum function be part of the macro so that when the total line is added at the bottom of the group, an Autosum type function would add up the column and then move on the the next group. I need to know what I would use to have the various size columns add up as part of the macro.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
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