From: Seth.Schwarzkopf on 19 Mar 2010 13:27 i have a basic table built with dates (jan 1 to jan 31) in colum A and data in colums B to K. i want to have a weekly total break down at the bottom of the sheet, i know the easy way to do it is sum the data in to the lower cells but i want the weekly totals to change every year. Jan 2010, jan 2011 ect. basicly what i am trying to do is have a Sunday through Saturday total from the informatin stored in the colloms and rows above it. can it be done? From: Gary Brown on 19 Mar 2010 14:19 - Insert a New Column 'A' - The Dates (jan 1 to jan 31) are now in Column 'B' - In Column 'A', put the following formula... =WeekNum(B1) This will give you the Week Number of the date. If this function is not available, and returns the #NAME? error, activate the Analysis ToolPak add-in that comes with Excel. How: - On the TOOLS menu, click ADD-INs - In the ADD-INS AVAILABLE list, select the ANALYSIS TOOLPAK box then click OK At the bottom of the worksheet, put week numbers 1 thru 5. Use the SUMIF function to reference the weeknumbers in column A and the amounts you wish to sum in other columns. -- Hope this helps. If it does, please click the Yes button. Thanks in advance for your feedback. Gary Brown "Seth.Schwarzkopf" wrote: > i have a basic table built with dates (jan 1 to jan 31) in colum A and data > in colums B to K. i want to have a weekly total break down at the bottom of > the sheet, i know the easy way to do it is sum the data in to the lower cells > but i want the weekly totals to change every year. Jan 2010, jan 2011 ect. > basicly what i am trying to do is have a Sunday through Saturday total from > the informatin stored in the colloms and rows above it. can it be done?  |  Pages: 1 Prev: Macro to extract data from multiple Excel filesNext: onGetEnabled