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Big Bear's Helpful Hints-Google Docs Spreadsheets

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I like to jot down things that I learn how to do on the spur of the moment so that I can find it later.

I admit, in the 80's there was quite of bit of "herbal remedy" usage and my short term memory isn't what it could be. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

I've decided that I might as well potentially help some other folks who might want to know about some of the things I discover, so I thought why not here?

For my very first post, I wanted to figure out how to sum cells across multiple pages in Google Docs spreadsheets.

The example I am using is related to a mileage spreadsheet, broken down as one month with 5 sheets , one for each week. "Week 1", Week 2", et al..

on my sheets, the weekly total for mileage and for the ederal assigned value to that mileage is in the same cell on each page. say, "F33"

In cell F36 on sheet 5, I wanted to put the monthly total of all miles from each sheet.

So, in that cell, I typed "=SUM('Week 1'!F33+'Week 2'!F33+'Week 3'!F33+'Week 4'!F33+'Week 5'!F33)"

Which, of course, allows me to have my total.

I did the same for total value on the mileage except for the corresponding cells (say G33). It's the same formula, just replacing "F33" with "G33".

Now I can always come back here to find this info, because I will forget. and maybe it wil lhelp someone else out while it's here.

The post titles will introduce the area that the post relates to, like this one shows "Google".

By the way... I am doing all of these things using Linux Mint Debian Editon. So yes, these are Linux do-able.

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