(Excel examples for Beginners)
In this end-to-end excel example, you will learn – Excel formula for Beginners – How to Sum entire column in Excel.
If you want to sum an entire column without supplying an upper or lower bound, you can use the SUM function with and the specific range syntax for entire column.
In the example shown, the formula in G6 is:
How this formula works
Excel supports “full column” and “full row” references like this:
=SUM(A:A) // sum all of column A =SUM(3:3) // sum all of row 3
You can see how this works yourself by typing “A:A”, “3:3”, etc. into the name box (left of the formula bar) and hitting return — Excel will select the entire column or row.
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