If you want to sum only the visible rows in a filtered list (i.e. only those rows not filtered out), you can use the SUBTOTAL function with function number 9 or 109. What makes SUBTOTAL especially useful is that it automatically ignores rows that are hidden in a filtered list or table.
Following the example in the screen above, to sum cells in column F for visible rows only, use:
If you want to count the number of visible items in a filtered list, you can use the SUBTOTAL function, which automatically ignores rows that are hidden by a filter. The SUBTOTAL function can perform calculations like COUNT, SUM, MAX, MIN, and more...
The Excel SUBTOTAL function returns an aggregate result for supplied values. SUBTOTAL can return a SUM, AVERAGE, COUNT, MAX, and others (see table below), and SUBTOTAL function can either include or exclude values in hidden rows.
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