How to group data in Excel through StudioX?


I have a scenario to save data from SAP and turn it into something useful for users.
but I have been stuck in the part of group data in excel.
hopefully, anyone can help or give me some hints.

the data be like this

Type Desc Currency Due Date Amount
T A JPY 2021/04/15 100
P B JPY 2021/04/25 200
S C TWD 2021/03/25 300
T D TWD 2021/03/25 400
T E TWD 2021/03/25 500
T F TWD 2021/03/25 600

then check the Type & Currency & Amount column
if they are the same then sum up the Amount column
so the result will be like this

Type Currency Due Date Amount
T JPY 2021/04/15 100
P JPY 2021/04/25 200
S TWD 2021/03/25 300
T TWD 2021/03/25 1500

Is it possible to do this through studioX?

Thank you!

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