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Use AutoSum to sum a non-contiguous range:

Lesson 2-10 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Basic Skills (39 Video Lessons)
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Basic Skills
Session: Session 2: Doing Useful Work with Excel
Lesson: Lesson 2-10 Use AutoSum to sum a non-contiguous range AutoSum in Excel non-contiguous. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Essential Skills Lesson 2-10 Use AutoSum to sum a non-contiguous range.

In this video lesson you'll learn how to Use Excel 2016's AutoSum feature to sum a non-contiguous range (a block of cells that are not next to each other). You can use AutoSum in this way to automatically place a total (SUM function) anywhere on the worksheet.

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