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There are really two ways to address this problem:
1. Use EXCEL to create your table with the values & calculations & insert this into your Pro/E drawing. [Addressed in this post]
2. Create a drawing table with a repeat region that references an assembly in Pro/E and use "summation" to create a cell that will add all of the values in that column. [Addressed in next post due to image limitations]
1. EXCEL table steps:
1.1. Create your drawing file in Pro/E.
1.2. Create your EXCEL spreadsheet with your values & formulas. Format the table to look the way you want it to.
1.3. Use 'insert>object>from file>link' to insert the EXCEL spreadsheet into your drawing.
1.4. You can then move, stretch & place the table wherever you need it. You can also double-click to open the table in EXCEL and edit it, when you close & save it the table will be updated in your Pro/E drawing. See image below: