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There are a couple of easy ways to add a running total to a range of data in your spreadsheet.

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using positive and negative values?

What is the formula for cumalitive % in excel?

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Ehhh this only works if the data is vertically aligned one-by-one, like a column. If the data is spread out throughout your sheet, this FAILS.

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is there a way to do this so the sum is in the same cell as the number, so for example as you add a number in each cell it tallies the one above?

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The SUM formula can be used in the first row, too. No need for a special formula there. I.e., use '=SUM(B$4:B4)'. This allows the data to be sorted on any column without breaking the Cumulative Sales result.

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how would do this for a cumulative difference formula ?

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