# Cell To Calculate Running Total

Oct 18, 2006
Basically, I'm trying to have a cell (eg.A1) where i can input a dollar value and when enter is pressed, on another cell (eg.A2) the dollar value gets added, then the original cell (A1) is cleared for the next input.

Then when I put the next input (A1) I want it to add on to this running dollar total (A2) and yet again A1 is cleared for the next input.

In addition to this I require an additional cell (eg.A3) that when each time a value is added in A1 it counts the times this is done.

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Oct 18, 2006

I'm trying to have a cell (eg.A1) where i can input a dollar value and when enter is pressed, on another cell (eg.A2) the dollar value gets added, then the original cell (A1) is cleared for the next input.

Then when I put the next input (A1) I want it to add on to this running dollar total (A2) and yet again A1 is cleared for the next input.

In addition to this I require an additional cell (eg.A3) that when each time a value is added in A1 it counts the times this is done.

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Mar 5, 2014

I am creating an employee database. Any simple method for recording then calculating a total of occurrences when someone is tardy. I thought of using an OptionButton but I don't know how it could be applied and stored in my database. This is the code for the form as it exists now:

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Jun 17, 2014

I'm trying to calculate a running total of ticket sales with 5 different groups (adult, youth, senior day, senior night, and child) to where once the number of tickets are bought it will update automatically. I enter the tickets in cells B5-B9 where it then calculates the amount due and the change due. I need to put the running total in cells B18-B22.

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Aug 6, 2013

I have a spreadsheet that is tracking a MTD receivables (running total). When it comes to weekends or day's when their were no receivables the running total needs to reference the last working day or the last receivable entry to perform its calculations for that day.

So in the table below (couldn't post attachment) the first row(1) = days of week , second row (2) = running MTD totals and the 3rd row (reference cells). So for Wednesday I our totals were 9995 which I entered in Row 3 (column A) and called it to Row 2 (column A). For Thursday I called Row 3 (column b which was known and manually entered) and subtracted Row 3 (column A) and populated Row 2 (column b). So my equation to in Row 2 column b is simple as =sum(b2-b1)

This is ok but when the weekend (or days not worked) come in to play you can see it produces a negative for Saturday / Sunday. Saturday took 15,707 and subtracted it from nothing (row 3 column d) since there were no receivables on Saturday.

So I need a formula that will calculate from the last instance while ignoring blank cells.

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Monday

9,955.00

3,325.00

2,427.00

(15,707.00)

(0.00)

20,903.00

9,955.00

13,280.00

15,707.00

20,903.00

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Sep 13, 2006

I would like to sum the values entered into A1 each time i enter a new value into A1 and to place the grand total, of all values entered, into A3 ? This is as long as the sheet1 is activated ?

i tried with Event (Change/Selection change), but could not get a result......................

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Mar 28, 2014

I am creating a spreadsheet for inventory use. I want to have a running total in (1) cell based upon a new/different number being entered into a different cell.

Column B, Row 1 (This will be a new/different number entered every day - inventory in or out, so positive or negative number) Column D, Row 1 (This will be a running total based on numbers inserted in previous 2 columns)

Basically what I have is a key inventory. So there is column A with key number, B should be keys IN, C should be keys OUT, or ideally B would be IN and OUT meaning, for inventory IN input a positive number and for inventory OUT input a negative number, and D Should be total.

Column E represents number of keys currently in the inventory. I was going to hide the current inventory column so all you see is IN/OUT and total. So what I need is to be able to just come in and type in a number in the IN and/or OUT column, without having to add/subtract it with the number already in that column.

Bottom line, I'd like to be able to use IN and/or OUT columns to just type in numbers as they come and not have to worry about what's already in those columns and get correct total number.

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Aug 22, 2006

Is it possible to have numbers added to the same cell and have excel continue to calculate the addition for me in that same cell......ex: I have the number 8 in cell d2 and I want to add the number 8 to that cell and have excel add the 8 to the previous 8 for a total of 16 in the same cell.....the next time I would add 5, and the total would be 21? Can this be done in a single cell?

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Jun 13, 2014

I am trying to create a very basic workbook that has 2 worksheets. one is a daily input for tonnes, that then just gets cut and pasted to a different program, and the other worksheet is the running total. i.e., it adds up every time you update it.

been trying to figure out a macro so when you press the update button it then just updates the monthly total.

Colac Production.xls

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Apr 10, 2014

I am creating a spreadsheet for inventory use. I want to have a running total in (1) cell based upon a new/different number being entered into a different cell.

Column B, Row 1 (This will be a new/different number entered every day - inventory in or out, so positive or negative number)

Column D, Row 1 (This will be a running total based on numbers inserted in previous 2 columns)

Basically what I have is a key inventory. So there is column A with key number, B should be keys IN, C should be keys OUT, or ideally B would be IN and OUT meaning, for inventory IN input a positive number and for inventory OUT input a negative number, and D Should be total.

Column E represents number of keys currently in the inventory. I was going to hide the current inventory column so all you see is IN/OUT and total.

So what I need is to be able to just come in and type in a number in the IN and/or OUT column, without having to add/subtract it with the number already in that column.

Bottom line, I'd like to be able to use IN and/or OUT columns to just type in numbers as they come and not have to worry about what's already in those columns and get correct total number.

Ok here it is. Attached worksheet shows

Column A - Key Numbers...No data value

Column B - Inventory IN

Column C - Inventory OUT

Column D - Total

Column E - Current Inventory(Starting point)

So the formula I used to get what i currently have is (=B2-C2+E2). This way whatever i input in columns C and C. totals out in D. But this way every time I want to add/subtract a number in B and C, i have to add to the number already in the column. I'd like to be able to type in a number in B and C as i go and still have a correct total. I wouldn't mind having just one column for in/out and use positive and negative numbers to differentiate inventory in or out.

Key Inventory - Test.xlsx

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Oct 2, 2009

I have to keep a record of the running totals of school house points for each week. The problem is that teachers are very lazy and don't record data every week so I have many blank cells which my current formula can't cope with. I've tried using N/A but it doesn’t seem to work? (Have thought about threats of violence but would probably lose my job) I’m if there is no data (blank or 0) then I need it to keep the same total in the cell as the previous week and so on until new data is entered and updates the total. I have attached a simplified copy: Teachers enter points in the HP sheet, the Running Totals sheet (TAB) contains the formula.

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Oct 10, 2009

In an excel work shift schedule, I am trying to total the total number of days someone is scheduled for different shifts. I can get a total for the current schedule but I want to be able to have a year to date total as each new schedule is added in. These totals are in the AF through BC columns in the xray shift totals in the attached worksheet.

I don't know if it is possible or not and am working on a pre-existing worksheet.

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Mar 5, 2014

I need to set up an easy to use spread sheet for my office. It needs to be able to calculate the running total spent of fuel, as well as include any discounts we get and then calculate our total savings.So basically, total spent and total saved.

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Dec 23, 2004

I want to calculate the total number of characters in a cell or group of cells. Also, as a second step, I want to indicate which cells have a total number of characters greater than a certain value.

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Mar 28, 2014

On the attached worksheet i have blocks of data in col C in chronological order,i wish to count the number of times related data in col AG is between 1 & 3 incl (highlighted in blue) ,the result to be expressed as a % in col V,eg block A =5,col AG has 2 event between 1 & 3,so col V = 40%.I have inserted empty rows between the data for clarity,there are no empty rows in the data.

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Aug 24, 2014

In cell A1 i have a total amount, lets say it's 20, in B1 i have a value of 5, in C1 i have 10.

Looking to see if it's possible to take the 5 from cell B1 to make A1 = 15, then 10 from cell C1 to make it 5 in A1 whilst reducing both columns B and C to zero If B1 or C1 are greater than the value in A1, A1 displays that amount that would be left

only thing i can think of is a hidden column to calculate whilst incorporating an if statement into B & C?

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Sep 14, 2009

I've attached a sample workbook. I'm trying to have a running total on column F once column G is completed with a ship date. The formula I have right now is =IF(G2:G55<0,SUM(F2:F22),0). but it's coming up w/zero.

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Jul 3, 2014

I want to calculate a running total (so add a new value to its original value). For example, cell A1 is the one I will be changing daily, and cell B2 is the one that I want a running total in. So if I start with A1 being 5, B2 should be 5. If the next day I type in 3 into A1, B2 should now read 8. However I want to do this for a column length, not just cells A1 & B1. So column B would be the running total of the column A values. If A2 is 3 one day and the next it is 6, B2 should on the second day read 9. And on and on down the columns.

I tried doing this without VBA using iterations, but that didn't work. Every time I did that it would add values going down, which was weird cuz none of the cells referenced the cell above it. I didn't know if they would work since I have multiple sheets in this file. (I'm only calculating the running total in one sheet, the others aren't doing anything special.) I need all the sheets in my file and I didn't know if VBA modules are sheet specific/ if you need to be sheet specific when coding.

Another question I have (since I know nothing about VBA) is how do modules work? Do you need to turn them on in the Excel spreadsheet itself? Or when you save it does it just automatically apply itself to the file its attached to?

On another note, how to do this WITHOUT VBA, that would be like 100x more fantastic.

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Sep 6, 2005

This works for me when my list of values begin in Cell A1.

Put this formula in Cell B1 and copy down:

=SUMPRODUCT(SUM(INDIRECT("$A$"&MAX(--($A$1:A1=0)*ROW($A$1:A1),1)&":"&CELL("address",A1))))

"Midnight404" wrote:

> I want to keep a running total of one column but if it

> encounters a zero in the column then I want the zero to reset the total to

> zero and continue from that point.

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Feb 13, 2008

The following code works great in selecting individual cells and forming a text string with them. What I need to do is to change this slightly andi instead of just reading the cell, have the preceding value added to the current value "(Cells (e,i)" and that new runnng total value is added to the "temp" string.

The concept is 12 cells represent Jan - Dec (numbered 1-12)

I'm trying to perform a running total; where Feb(2) = (Jan(1) + Feb(2)) and Mar(3) = Feb(2) + Mar(3).....

I tried setting x to do the running total and then passing it to "temp" but I kept getting mismatch errors, or buffer overflow errors, or out of memory errors.

Is there someone who can provide some assistance with the proper way to do this? ....

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Feb 22, 2008

After about 3 hours of online research, and maybe an hour or so of experimenting with the IF command, my mind is blown and I, essentially, have given up!

I have a spreasheet with each column representing a month, then four more colums to represent quarterly values, and one other for a summary of the entire year.

I don't want a cumulative running total. For example, if I enter a value for January, that value should appear in the 1st quarter column, and yearly summary colum.

Now, if I enter in a February value, the 1st quarter column should display the February value. I need the 1st quarter column to "update" for each of the three months within the quarter. Likewise for the yearly column except, obviously, I need it to update for each of the 12 months.

I started toying with the IF function, with limited success, but there MUST be an easier way?

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Apr 22, 2009

i am setting up a material iventory using excel 2007 i require a worksheet to contain a column for stock in (+) and stock out (-) and a running total column, but i am struggling to create a formula for this. my column's would be (J) for stock In (k) for stock out and (L) as Running total

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May 1, 2009

I want to keep a running total of hours.

I know what to do when I add them- if the number is positive then a payment is due, if its 0 then the employer is "Up to Date" But what if they pay me more than they owe? I owe them hours, how can I have excel know that there is a surplus and to deduct the future hours worked from the surplus until i've paid it off?

I have my problem in an excel spreadsheet but I don't know how to upload so you can download it for reference.

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Jul 21, 2006

I know this may have been answered before but I didn't really understand those answers and my scenario is slightly different. I have a UserForm that I am asking people to enter data into. One part of the UserForm asks for a percentage spread across an age range. For example for the age ranges 16-20, 21-25, 26-30 (etc) whats the percentage of smokers. This will obviously then add up to 100% which I want to put in a ' total' box at the end of the line of input boxes. I want this box to be updated whenever someone enters a percentage into the boxs but I can't seem to work out how to do it. That's basically what I'm asking help for on. Its easy enough when doing it on the spreadsheets themselves with the SUM function but how can I do it on a UserForm. Does it need some complex VB coding?

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Feb 4, 2014

I am trying to model emergence timing of eggs based on cumulative temperature units. When the eggs (Column L) deposited on a given date have accumulated 1600 tu's (a running total of Column N) I wish to return the original number (Column L) to a column (Column Q) in Excel. I have also tried returning the date at which cumulative tu's reach 1600 with dget. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to use Dget or some other function to deal with the relative sums for each value and step through to the next value when the first is returned.

I can get the first number by entering the following formula into Column Q, =IF(SUM(N$9:N18)>1600,M$9,0) but I don't know how to increment it once the first value is returned.

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Jan 17, 2013

I am working on a spreadsheet to track hours worked. It is an 8 hr day. I want there to be a running total, but when less than 8 hrs are worked and the total goes below 8 hrs per day (as in when you have no "banked time" it will not display negative or owned time. Also, it doesn't seem to want to skip over the weekends for me.

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Jan 15, 2012

I'm trying to create a spreadsheet that uses one cell to enter a dollar amount and stores the amount entered in another cell. But I would like the input cell be zero after each entry, and the cell storing the amounts to keep a running total.

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Apr 10, 2014

I am creating a spreadsheet for inventory use. I want to have a running total in (1) cell based upon a new/different number being entered into a different cell.

Column B, Row 1 (This will be a new/different number entered every day - inventory in or out, so positive or negative number)

Column D, Row 1 (This will be a running total based on numbers inserted in previous 2 columns)

Basically what I have is a key inventory. So there is column A with key number, B should be keys IN, C should be keys OUT, or ideally B would be IN and OUT meaning, for inventory IN input a positive number and for inventory OUT input a negative number, and D Should be total.

Column E represents number of keys currently in the inventory. I was going to hide the current inventory column so all you see is IN/OUT and total. So what I need is to be able to just come in and type in a number in the IN and/or OUT column, without having to add/subtract it with the number already in that column.

Bottom line, I'd like to be able to use IN and/or OUT columns to just type in numbers as they come and not have to worry about what's already in those columns and get correct total number.

Ok here it is. Attached worksheet shows

Column A - Key Numbers...No data value

Column B - Inventory IN

Column C - Inventory OUT

Column D - Total

Column E - Current Inventory(Starting point)

So the formula I used to get what i currently have is (=B2-C2+E2). This way whatever i input in columns C and C. totals out in D. But this way every time I want to add/subtract a number in B and C, i have to add to the number already in the column. I'd like to be able to type in a number in B and C as i go and still have a correct total. I wouldn't mind having just one column for in/out and use positive and negative numbers to differentiate inventory in or out.

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Jun 7, 2007

I am creating a spreadsheet for inventory use. I want to have a running total in (1) cell based upon a new/different number being entered into a different cell.

Column F, Row 7 (This will be a new/different number entered every day)

Column G, Row 7 (Begins with a starting total of 2545)

I need Column G to add to it whatever number is entered into Column F, Row 7 and to keep the new total (ex. enter 10 into Column F/Row 7 & the total of Column G/Row 7 becomes 2555; if I then enter 20 into Column F/Row 7, Column G/Row 7 adds 20 to the original 2545, not the new total of 2555).

Column G is not keeping the new total, it reverts back to the original number of 2545.

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Jun 10, 2008

My question is I have an exam and I have recorded all my answers in Column B. And I have pasted in the "Official Answers" on Column C. On my sheet Column C is whited out so I don't see the answers until I am done. I made them visible so I can ask my question. I wrote the formula for Column D "=countif(B3,C3)=1" then it displays True if both the columns match meaning my answer is correct or False if the columns don't match meaning that my answer is incorrect.

how I could make it display the running total or like a total score say in cell D9. So for example in this case it would be 5/6 and /or 83.33%.

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