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# Use SUM function to quickly calculate the sum

Uploaded time: August 31, 2021 Difficulty Beginner

# Use SUM function to quickly calculate the sum

Use SUM function to quickly calculate the sum

The SUM function is commonly used when we process data with WPS Spreadsheet.

Use the SUM function values in certain cells. Take this worksheet as an example. How can we sum the values in the yellow-filled cells?

1. Click the **Insert Function** button in the **Formula** tab.

2. Insert the SUM function from the selection box.

3. We can also click the **SUM** option in the **AutoSum** dropdown list in this step. Then, there will be a popup dialog titled Function Arguments, where **Number **means the range to run the SUM function.

4. Click the **Number **input box before selecting the cell filled with the value to sum, and adopt the same operation to other cells to run the formula.

5. After that, click **OK** to get the result.

· **Use the SUM function for a certain cell range**

If we want to sum the values in Column B, click the **AutoSum** button in the **Home** tab. Then select column B, and press **Enter** to get the result.

If we want to sum the values of Columns B and D, here are the steps. First, select Column B, and insert a comma before selecting Column D. Then click **Enter** to get the result.

Similarly, if we want to run the SUM function within multiple ranges, we need to insert a comma before selecting a new range to be included. This video could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. Did you get it?

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