Microsoft Excel 2010: How to add?
Do you really want to calculate a price total for the inventory of a store or the total gross profit margins for all departments that are under budget for the year in Microsoft Excel 2010?
Is it sounding bit difficult to calculate your spending as you don’t know how to make use of its addition formula? No problem. We have a solution in the form of steps to your problem.
Here are the steps that will guide you through the process. See how to go about it:
- The Excel addition formula consists of the ‘=’sign, followed by a list of two or more numbers with the ‘+’ operator in between them.
- Press ‘Enter’ and it calculates the sum of the numbers and returns the result.
- As with all Excel formulas, you can use references to cells containing numbers with the ‘+’ operator in between them instead of typing in the numbers directly.
- Press ‘Enter’ and it adds together the contents of the cells and returns the result.
- Excel also provides a built-in ‘Sum Function’ that can be used to perform addition in Excel.
- Type ‘=SUM (reference to first cell containing number : reference to last cell containing number)’ that you want to add together
- Press ‘Enter’ and the function add together the values in cells and return the result.
This is how you can add and get your calculation done in Microsoft Excel 2010. Wasn’t the process short and simple? You can also go through our video solution which is posted below.