## How do I keep the subtotal in Excel when filtered?

In short the answer is No, it is not possible. Subtotal will change every time you change your filter. This is the way Subtotal is designed and you can’t control this behavior.

## How do you sum colored cells in Excel?

You simply click the One Color button on the ribbon and have the Count & Sum by Color pane open at the left of the worksheet. On the pane, you select: The range where you want to count and sum the cells. Any color-coded cell.

**How do I sum only certain cells in Excel?**

If you want, you can apply the criteria to one range and sum the corresponding values in a different range. For example, the formula =SUMIF(B2:B5, “John”, C2:C5) sums only the values in the range C2:C5, where the corresponding cells in the range B2:B5 equal “John.”

### How do I filter with AutoSum?

Excel: Use AutoSum After Filtering

- Choose a cell in your data set. Select Data, Filter.
- Apply a filter to at least one column. Open the Customer dropdown and choose one customer.
- Select the first visible cells beneath your numeric columns.
- Click the AutoSum icon and press Enter.

### Does sum function include hidden cells?

When you’ve filtered data in Excel, the SUM function still sums cells even if they’re not visible. To SUM only the visible data, you can use the SUBTOTAL function. SUBTOTAL ignores hidden rows and columns.

**Does Excel SUM include hidden rows?**

#### Can you sum based on cell color?

#### How to calculate the sum of cells in Excel?

Examples of How to SUM in Excel. SUM (),AutoSum are the commonly used methods to find the sum in excel.

**How do you sum different cells in Excel?**

– Type out the start of your sum formula =SUM (. – Left click on the Jan sheet with the mouse. – Hold Shift key and left click on the Dec sheet. Now select the cell C3 in the Dec sheet. Add a closing bracket to the formula and press Enter.

## Why is excel not showing all rows?

– Selected the row before and after the ones I wanted to unhide. – Selected the Cells icon again from the Home tab. – Selected Visibility / Hide & Unhide / Unhide Rows

## What is the formula for Microsoft Excel?

– “=” tells Excel that this is a formula, and it should evaluate it. – “A2″ * D2” makes reference to cell addresses A2 and D2 then multiplies the values found in these cell addresses. – “/” is the division arithmetic operator – “2” is a discrete value