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This week, I have submitted a 2-for-1, in that I have a long version and a short version of solutions that both work thereby proving that you really can skin a cat two different ways. The shorter solution focuses more on isolating the numbers required in the end and then utilizing the summation tool for that before cleaning the data later. -The longer solution focuses on creating and cleaning the table first and then using a smooth and clean table for use by the summation table. -Nonetheless, both use:
1 Multi-Row Formula 2 Formula Multiple Data Cleaning Tools