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Old February 15th 05, 08:57 AM
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when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"

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Old February 16th 05, 03:31 AM
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http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"


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I have seen this same problem and applied this suggestion. However, this
suggestion doesn't fix the issue. I have been seeing a flurry of issues
relating to standard configuration options in excel since upgrading to Office
2003. One difference that I'm seeing in some of the posts I've found online
is that we are Using Office 2003 sp2. It sounds like some of these issues
were addressed in sp1, but have the possibly moved back with sp2?

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Maybe...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"


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I use xl2003 SP2 (currently).

I changed the registry (in plain old xl2003, IIRC) and never had a problem.

Cristofski wrote:

I have seen this same problem and applied this suggestion. However, this
suggestion doesn't fix the issue. I have been seeing a flurry of issues
relating to standard configuration options in excel since upgrading to Office
2003. One difference that I'm seeing in some of the posts I've found online
is that we are Using Office 2003 sp2. It sounds like some of these issues
were addressed in sp1, but have the possibly moved back with sp2?

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Maybe...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"


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Dave Peterson


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Awesome! I was about to cry. I have been sorting / unsorting for 2 hours.
I changed the registry and it fixed the problem.

Thanks.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Maybe...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"


--

Dave Peterson



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Thanks for posting back.

There have been a couple of people in the last few days that tried this and it
didn't work. (I have no idea why not. But I'm glad it worked for you.)

Jen Briggs wrote:

Awesome! I was about to cry. I have been sorting / unsorting for 2 hours.
I changed the registry and it fixed the problem.

Thanks.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Maybe...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"


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Dave Peterson


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Hi Dave!

At first this didn't work for me, but then I went back into the Registry and
double-checked that the number in the "Modify" box was actually '1'. For
some reason even though I'd clicked OK when I did it the first time it was
'0'. Once this number was '1' it fixed the problem!

Thought you might be able to pass that onto other people - maybe that's why
it didn't work for them.

Thanks so much for your help, saved HEAPS of frustration.

Clair

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Thanks for posting back.

There have been a couple of people in the last few days that tried this and it
didn't work. (I have no idea why not. But I'm glad it worked for you.)

Jen Briggs wrote:

Awesome! I was about to cry. I have been sorting / unsorting for 2 hours.
I changed the registry and it fixed the problem.

Thanks.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Maybe...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"

--

Dave Peterson


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Thanks for posting back.

Clair wrote:

Hi Dave!

At first this didn't work for me, but then I went back into the Registry and
double-checked that the number in the "Modify" box was actually '1'. For
some reason even though I'd clicked OK when I did it the first time it was
'0'. Once this number was '1' it fixed the problem!

Thought you might be able to pass that onto other people - maybe that's why
it didn't work for them.

Thanks so much for your help, saved HEAPS of frustration.

Clair

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Thanks for posting back.

There have been a couple of people in the last few days that tried this and it
didn't work. (I have no idea why not. But I'm glad it worked for you.)

Jen Briggs wrote:

Awesome! I was about to cry. I have been sorting / unsorting for 2 hours.
I changed the registry and it fixed the problem.

Thanks.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Maybe...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;831824
Multilevel subtotals are in the wrong position in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003



Nilroc wrote:

when inserting nested subtotals in the same excel file the last ones per
outer subtotal are either above or below the outer total, even that I have
checked "summary below data"

--

Dave Peterson


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