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Count a total number of characters In the cell, enter =SUM(LEN(A2),LEN(A3),LEN(A4)) and press Enter.
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.
Use Word's AutoSum to perform simple calculations. You don't need Excel to calculate values in Word. Just drop your values into a table, insert the right formulas, and you're done! 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.
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.
Firstly, place cursor properly as in method 1. Then press Ctrl+ F9 to insert a field in the cell. Next input formula. For instance, to sum R2C2 and R2C3, the formula should be = R2C2+ R2C3. Lastly, press F9 and you can get a value.
Use a formula in a Word or Outlook table. You can perform calculations and logical comparisons in a table by using formulas. The Formula command is found on the Table Tools, Layout tab, in the Data group. A formula in Word automatically updates when you open the document that contains the formula.
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To insert table formulas in Word, click into the table cell where you want to display the answer to be formula. Click the Layout tab of the Table Tools contextual tab in the Ribbon. Click the Formula button in the Data group to open the Formula dialog box.
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