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How to add amounts from different worksheets to one single worksh.
Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet

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Hi
if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 or =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 where you want to add just these two cells BTW you don't need to type very  just click in the cell where you want the answer and type a = then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the relevant cell it will appear in the formula, then type a + then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and click on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER Hope this helps Cheers JulieD "cgw" > wrote in message ... > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet 
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Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am trying
to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I am trying to set up as the summary of all ?? "JulieD" wrote: > Hi > > if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of > =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) > where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 > > or > =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 > where you want to add just these two cells > > BTW you don't need to type very  just > click in the cell where you want the answer and type a > = > then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the relevant > cell it will appear in the formula, then type a > + > then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and click > on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER > > Hope this helps > Cheers > JulieD > > "cgw" > wrote in message > ... > > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet > > > 
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Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet
names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes e.g. =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) Cheers JulieD "cgw" > wrote in message ... > Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am > trying > to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I > am > trying to set up as the summary of all ?? > > "JulieD" wrote: > >> Hi >> >> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of >> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) >> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 >> >> or >> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 >> where you want to add just these two cells >> >> BTW you don't need to type very  just >> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a >> = >> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the >> relevant >> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a >> + >> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and >> click >> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER >> >> Hope this helps >> Cheers >> JulieD >> >> "cgw" > wrote in message >> ... >> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet >> >> >> 
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Sorry
that should be > =SUM('Product 1:Product 101'!A1) Cheers JulieD "JulieD" > wrote in message ... > Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet > names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes > > e.g. > =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) > > Cheers > JulieD > > > "cgw" > wrote in message > ... >> Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am >> trying >> to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I >> am >> trying to set up as the summary of all ?? >> >> "JulieD" wrote: >> >>> Hi >>> >>> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of >>> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) >>> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 >>> >>> or >>> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 >>> where you want to add just these two cells >>> >>> BTW you don't need to type very  just >>> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a >>> = >>> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the >>> relevant >>> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a >>> + >>> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and >>> click >>> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER >>> >>> Hope this helps >>> Cheers >>> JulieD >>> >>> "cgw" > wrote in message >>> ... >>> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet >>> >>> >>> > > 
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Still not working, gives me a name error. Shows this:
=sum('clarion 5023':'clairion 5028'!J3) BUT when I press enter, #NAME? Is there a way to just copy the total from each worksheet (so that it changes automatically, with inventory) and then just sum the summary page ? "JulieD" wrote: > Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet > names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes > > e.g. > =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) > > Cheers > JulieD > > > "cgw" > wrote in message > ... > > Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am > > trying > > to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I > > am > > trying to set up as the summary of all ?? > > > > "JulieD" wrote: > > > >> Hi > >> > >> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of > >> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) > >> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 > >> > >> or > >> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 > >> where you want to add just these two cells > >> > >> BTW you don't need to type very  just > >> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a > >> = > >> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the > >> relevant > >> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a > >> + > >> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and > >> click > >> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER > >> > >> Hope this helps > >> Cheers > >> JulieD > >> > >> "cgw" > wrote in message > >> ... > >> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet > >> > >> > >> > > > 
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Just to add:
The sheet tabs *must* be *physically* in between the first and last sheet as entered in the formula, as displayed in the workbook scroll bar. See if this old post better describes it: http://tinyurl.com/6gujb  Regards, RD  Please keep all correspondence within the Group, so all may benefit !  "JulieD" > wrote in message ... Sorry that should be > =SUM('Product 1:Product 101'!A1) Cheers JulieD "JulieD" > wrote in message ... > Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet > names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes > > e.g. > =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) > > Cheers > JulieD > > > "cgw" > wrote in message > ... >> Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am >> trying >> to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I >> am >> trying to set up as the summary of all ?? >> >> "JulieD" wrote: >> >>> Hi >>> >>> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of >>> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) >>> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 >>> >>> or >>> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 >>> where you want to add just these two cells >>> >>> BTW you don't need to type very  just >>> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a >>> = >>> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the >>> relevant >>> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a >>> + >>> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and >>> click >>> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER >>> >>> Hope this helps >>> Cheers >>> JulieD >>> >>> "cgw" > wrote in message >>> ... >>> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet >>> >>> >>> > > 
#8




Don't know what time it is in Australia where Julie is, perhaps it's nap
time down there. But, your formula has a couple of *extra* apostrophes in it. Try this: =sum('clarion 5023:clairion 5028'!J3) And if this doesn't return the correct answer, you could check out the link I posted in my last message that describes *where* the sheets must reside within the workbook itself, in relation to the actual formula.  HTH, RD ============================================== Please keep all correspondence within the Group, so all may benefit! ============================================== "cgw" > wrote in message ... Still not working, gives me a name error. Shows this: =sum('clarion 5023':'clairion 5028'!J3) BUT when I press enter, #NAME? Is there a way to just copy the total from each worksheet (so that it changes automatically, with inventory) and then just sum the summary page ? "JulieD" wrote: > Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet > names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes > > e.g. > =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) > > Cheers > JulieD > > > "cgw" > wrote in message > ... > > Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am > > trying > > to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I > > am > > trying to set up as the summary of all ?? > > > > "JulieD" wrote: > > > >> Hi > >> > >> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of > >> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) > >> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 > >> > >> or > >> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 > >> where you want to add just these two cells > >> > >> BTW you don't need to type very  just > >> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a > >> = > >> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the > >> relevant > >> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a > >> + > >> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and > >> click > >> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER > >> > >> Hope this helps > >> Cheers > >> JulieD > >> > >> "cgw" > wrote in message > >> ... > >> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet > >> > >> > >> > > > 
#9




Kept fiddling with the formula you gave me... EUREKA !! it works. Thank you
for saving my sanity. All is good now ! "JulieD" wrote: > Sorry > > that should be > > =SUM('Product 1:Product 101'!A1) > > Cheers > JulieD > > > "JulieD" > wrote in message > ... > > Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet > > names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes > > > > e.g. > > =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) > > > > Cheers > > JulieD > > > > > > "cgw" > wrote in message > > ... > >> Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am > >> trying > >> to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet I > >> am > >> trying to set up as the summary of all ?? > >> > >> "JulieD" wrote: > >> > >>> Hi > >>> > >>> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines of > >>> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) > >>> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 > >>> > >>> or > >>> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 > >>> where you want to add just these two cells > >>> > >>> BTW you don't need to type very  just > >>> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a > >>> = > >>> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the > >>> relevant > >>> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a > >>> + > >>> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and > >>> click > >>> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER > >>> > >>> Hope this helps > >>> Cheers > >>> JulieD > >>> > >>> "cgw" > wrote in message > >>> ... > >>> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet > >>> > >>> > >>> > > > > > > > 
#10




okay RD so it's nearly 2am ...but that's not the reason for the extra '' in
my formula  it is the fact that i NEVER put spaces in my sheet names (or try never to anyway) so i'm not used to writing formulas with them in  and of course, after sending the reply i though i better go test it "RagDyeR" > wrote in message ... > Don't know what time it is in Australia where Julie is, perhaps it's nap > time down there. > > But, your formula has a couple of *extra* apostrophes in it. > > Try this: > > =sum('clarion 5023:clairion 5028'!J3) > > And if this doesn't return the correct answer, you could check out the > link > I posted in my last message that describes *where* the sheets must reside > within the workbook itself, in relation to the actual formula. >  > > HTH, > > RD > ============================================== > Please keep all correspondence within the Group, so all may benefit! > ============================================== > > > > "cgw" > wrote in message > ... > Still not working, gives me a name error. Shows this: > =sum('clarion 5023':'clairion 5028'!J3) > BUT when I press enter, #NAME? > > Is there a way to just copy the total from each worksheet (so that it > changes automatically, with inventory) and then just sum the summary page > ? > > > > "JulieD" wrote: > >> Just subsitute your sheet names for where i've got mine  if your sheet >> names have spaces in them you'll need to enclose them in single quotes >> >> e.g. >> =SUM('Product 1':'Product 101'!A1) >> >> Cheers >> JulieD >> >> >> "cgw" > wrote in message >> ... >> > Doesn't work, maybe because I have renamed all the worksheets. I am >> > trying >> > to set up an inventory, each sheets has a different product, last sheet > I >> > am >> > trying to set up as the summary of all ?? >> > >> > "JulieD" wrote: >> > >> >> Hi >> >> >> >> if the values are all in the same cell then something along the lines > of >> >> =sum(Sheet2:Sheet5!A1) >> >> where you want to add cell A1 from sheet2, sheet3, sheet4 and sheet5 >> >> >> >> or >> >> =Sheet2!A1+Sheet3!B1 >> >> where you want to add just these two cells >> >> >> >> BTW you don't need to type very  just >> >> click in the cell where you want the answer and type a >> >> = >> >> then click on the first sheet that you want to add and click on the >> >> relevant >> >> cell it will appear in the formula, then type a >> >> + >> >> then click on the sheet tab of the next sheet you want to include and >> >> click >> >> on the relevant cell  continue until all included then press ENTER >> >> >> >> Hope this helps >> >> Cheers >> >> JulieD >> >> >> >> "cgw" > wrote in message >> >> ... >> >> > Just want to know, am new at this multi worksheet >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> > > 
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