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I'm trying to create an outline of all of my backpacking equipment so that I can see the impact on total weight of choosing what to take on a particular trip.

I have created the outline with three columns; item, weight and a check box.

I would like to see the total weight show only items that have been selected with the check box.

Is this possible?

Thanks
 
Unfortunately, there isn't any way to conditionally include items in the summary. You have to do something like the following:



and drag rows in and out to control their inclusion in the summary.
 
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Originally Posted by Peter Button View Post
I'm trying to create an outline of all of my backpacking equipment so that I can see the impact on total weight of choosing what to take on a particular trip.
I am so stealing this fantastic idea.
 
Thanks for the suggestion. It will be a little less easy, but still worthwhile. I may add an "undecided" category where I can do the final bit of maths in my head!

Cheers
 
 


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