Tech Tip: How to get the sum, average, minimum or maximum value of a range of cells
PRODUCT: 4D View | VERSION: 2003 | PLATFORM: Mac & Win
Published On: May 30, 2003
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To compute the sum, average, minimum or maximum value of a range of cells:
- Double-click a cell
- Type "=" (equal sign) followed by the function you want to use (SUM, AVERAGE, MIN or MAX).
- At this point you need to define the set of cells the calculations will apply to:
- for a range of cells, you should enter, between parenthesis, the starting cell and the ending cell of the range, separated by a colon:
"=SUM(A1:Z1)" for example, will compute the sum of all the cells between A1 and Z1.
- for several non-contiguous cells, you should enter , between parenthesis, all the cells references, separated by semicolons:
"=AVERAGE(A1;B1;C1)" for example, will compute the average of cell A1, B1 and C1.
For more information on functions, please see the 4D View user reference located at:
4D View 6.8 User Reference