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On the Layout tab next to the Table Design tab, select Formula. Check between the parentheses to make sure Word includes the cells you want in the sum. =SUM(ABOVE) adds the numbers in the column above the cell you're in. =SUM(LEFT) adds the numbers in the row to the left of the cell you're in.
Double-click your table to activate it. Click inside the cell that your formula will go in. Choose the AutoSum command in the Editing group on the Home tab. Choose your formula function. Verify the formula is correct. Press [Enter]
To access the Equation Editor in PowerPoint 2007 and earlier, choose Insert, Object. In the Insert Object dialog box, scroll down and select Microsoft Equation 3.0. You'll see a window that looks like this. In PowerPoint 2010 and later, click the Insert tab, then choose Equation in the Symbols group.
Select the table cell where you want your result. If the cell is not empty, delete its contents. On the Table Tools, Layout tab, in the Data group, click Formula. Use the Formula dialog box to create your formula.
Simply click in a cell to the right or below a contiguous row or column and click the AutoSum button on the Tables And Borders toolbar. (To display this toolbar, choose Toolbars from the View menu,and check Tables And Borders.)
Do one of the following: Click +v in the toolbar, then choose a formula. If you want to change the range of cells, double-click the result cell. Click tick(checkmark) to save your changes.
In a worksheet, tap the first empty cell after a range of cells that has numbers, or tap and drag to select the range of cells you want to calculate. Tap AutoSum. Tap Sum. Tap the check mark. You're done!
Click the table cell where you want your result to appear. On the Layout tab (under Table Tools), click Formula. In the Formula box, check the text between the parentheses to make sure Word includes the cells you want to sum, and click OK. =SUM(ABOVE) adds the numbers in the column above the cell you're in.
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