This article is all about determining the sum of numeric values to the end of a column in Excel. We can perform this using different functions and other features of **MS Excel**.

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**8 Easy Methods to Sum to End of Column in Excel**

We will just determine the **sum of a column** up to the bottom in Excel. We have taken a dataset that shows the sales of a store for the month of **January**.

**1. Sum Entire Column in Excel**

Now, we will apply the **SUM function** throughout the entire column.

**The SUM function** adds all the **numbers** in a range of cells.

**Steps:**

- First, named a
**Cell E4**as the**Total**.

- Now, go to
**Cell E5**and put the following formula.

`=SUM(C:C)`

- Hit the
**ENTER**key to get the result.

We successfully get the dum of the entire **Column C**.

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**2. Formula to Sum Multiple Columns**

We will form a formula to sum multiple columns in **Excel**. We have data in **Columns C **and **D** and we want to get the sum of those columns.

**Steps:**

- Go to
**Cell F4**and put the following formula.

`=SUM(C:D)`

- Now, press the
**ENTER**key.

Finally, we get the sum of those adjacent columns.

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**3. Sum Non-Contiguous Columns at Once**

We want to determine the sum of the multiple non-contiguous columns in Excel. For that, we need to apply the **SUM **function multiple times. For each column, one **SUM **function will be added to the formula. Here, we have data in **Columns C, D, **and **E**. We will determine the sum of **Columns C and E**.

**Steps:**

- Put the following formula on
**Cell G4**.

`=SUM(SUM(C:C),SUM(E:E))`

- Press the
**ENTER**key and get the result.

We can apply another formula and will get the same result. The formula is:

`=SUM(C:C, E:E)`

One of the advantages of using the formula is that we don’t need to use the **SUM **function multiple times.

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**4. Sum Entire Column to End without Header**

We want to get the **sum of the entire column** without the header. In our dataset, we have a header in the **3rd** row. As we want to get the **sum of the entire column**, we need to sum the last cell of that column. We know that an Excel worksheet contains a maximum **of 1,048,576** rows in each column. Follow the steps below:

**Steps:**

- Put the following formula that starts from
**Cell C5**.

`=SUM(C4:C1048576)`

- Get the result by hitting the
**ENTER**key.

Now, get the sum of the entire column without the header.

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**5. Use Excel AutoSum Feature**

**Excel AutoSum** is an interesting feature. There is no need to apply any formula for that. We can also apply a **shortcut** to avail **AutoSum**. Just follow the below steps for that.

**Steps:**

- Select all the cells of
**Column C.** - Then, choose the
**AutoSum**group from the**Formulas**tab.

- Look at the dataset now.

Here, we can see the sum is showing in the adjacent cell.

We apply another keyboard **shortcut** for **AutoSum**. Press **Alt+ =** and the **AutoSum **will apply.

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**6.**** Find the Sum of a Column at the Status Bar of Excel**

This is the simplest way to get the sum of a column to the end. Look at the steps below.

**Steps:**

- Now, choose
**Cells C4**to**C11**of the dataset.

Now, look at the bottom of the sheet. We get the sum here. This sum value is for the **selected cells**. But we want to get the sum for the end of **Column C**.

- Now, press the
**SHIFT+CTRL+ Down Arrow**keys. This selects cells from our starting point to the last cell of the column.

We get the sum for the entire column at the bottom section of the sheet.

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**7. Use Excel SUBTOTAL Function**

We will use the **SUBTOTAL **function to get the **sum of a column**. The **SUBTOTAL **function can perform lots of operations. But we will select **option 9**, which performs the sum operation.

**The SUBTOTAL function** returns a subtotal in a list or database.

**Steps:**

- Put the formula based on the
**SUBTOTAL**function on**Cell E4**.

`=SUBTOTAL(9,C:C)`

The **1st** argument of the formula is **9**, which indicates the performing sum function.

- After that, press the
**ENTER**key to get the result.

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**8. Use the Table Feature**

The **Table **is an amazing feature of Excel. We can get the sum of the column using this **Table** feature. Rather than the sum, it also offers other functions.

**Steps:**

- First, form a table. Select the cells of
**Column C**. - Then, press
**CTRL+T**. - The
**Create Table**window will appear. - Mark the
**My table has headers**option.

The table has formed already.

- Now, go to the
**Table Design**tab. - Choose the
**Total Row**option from the**Table Style Options**group.

We get the sum at the adjacent cell of our selection.

- We know that there are other options available with the
**Table**feature. So, expand**Cell C12**.

We can see other options now.

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**Conclusion**

In this article, we described how to get the sum to the end of a column in Excel. I hope this will satisfy your needs. Please have a look at our website **ExcelDemy** and give your suggestions in the comment box.

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