How do I find a check mark to accept? I do not see that as an option anywhere? Still no idea how to get that sum to do what it normally should and just add those cells together and give me a numerical total of a simple few cells. I think my program is not operating the way it should and usually it is the operator and not the program. Would love to figure out what step I am missing!!! Feb 15, AM in response to embracinglife In response to embracinglife. Feb 15, AM.
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Thank you so much for taking the time Eustice to continue giving me more clarity. It was the alignment of the numerals that fixed the issue of not being able to get the autosum to work.
I am very grateful. Feb 25, AM. Feb 25, AM in response to embracinglife In response to embracinglife. I had everything else in place but until I changed to right alignment, the column would not show up as a sum when I clicked on autosum. Now excel is totaling all my columns just fine!! Thanks for hanging in there with me on this, Grant and Eustice!!
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User profile for user: embracinglife embracinglife. Question: Q: Question: Q: help with using autosum in excel on mac mountain lion I am coming from pc world I click autosum at the bottom of a column with 8 numbers highlighted as I did on pc.
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Then click AutoSum. Press Enter to display the result You can also see the formula in the formula bar at the top of the Excel window. To sum a column of numbers, select the cell immediately below the last number in the column. To sum a row of numbers, select the cell immediately to the right. Once you create a formula, you can copy it to other cells instead of typing it over and over. For example, if you copy the formula in cell B7 to cell C7, the formula in C7 automatically adjusts to the new location, and calculates the numbers in C3:C6.
You can also use AutoSum on more than one cell at a time.
AutoSum a Row
For example, you could highlight both cell B7 and C7, click AutoSum , and total both columns at the same time. You can also sum numbers by creating a simple formula. If you need to sum a column or row of numbers, let Excel for the web do the math for you. When you click AutoSum , Excel for the web automatically enters a formula that uses the SUM function to sum the numbers.
A formula appears in cell B7.