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Old 10th March 2017, 12:08
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How to Sum multiple columns

Hai Friends,

i want to sum all from values in which are in coloumn wise,here i have to sum multiple coloumns in excel..I have taken like this
diatotal =diatotal + multql and i intially taken diacode =0 here i tried by taking multiple variable but i didnt get the exact result.coloums from (I to Y) i have add these bt coloumn wise.if any one know can you please help

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Old 10th March 2017, 13:11
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If you want sum multiple columns in excel just use
this function gonna sum any value from column I to column Y.
PS. in your excel this function may have diffrent name

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