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I need to write an equation turning cells L10:L242 abs and then sumif the column using B10:B242 which is some variable usually just a single letter say E. I can add a column and do it in 2 steps but cant get it done in one string. Can someone help? thanks


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I have a which I need to calculate the value of what has been scrapped less what has been reworked.

I have a set number of items to look for and started to use the SUMIF function to search a range and return the value in given column (QTY) but now I need to search for a part No and add up the values only if it has the text SCRAP in another column.

I have tried SUMIF and AND in the same formula

=SUMIF(Data!A1:D11,(AND(Data!C2=SCRAP)+A2),Data!D2:D11)

but I cannot get the formula to work. I have attached an example.

Realizing of course that SUMIF only accepts one criteria and that there is in fact no such thing as a SUMIF (AND that is essentially what I need to create. I need to create a sum if with 2 criteria. There must be a way around the limitation.

Please see attached example if you can help me out...Thanks much for any help you can provide!!! Much appreciated!!!

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whats wrong with this formula? I would like to calculate dollars that fall between 1/1 and 3/1

=SUMIF(and(A1:E1,">12/1/08"),and(A1:E1,"

Hello!
I am attempting to utilize the SUMIF and IF AND formula to sum up a large range of data. The end result is to have a total next to each of the names in Col A by setting the criteria on Col C. The sum range will be Col B.

In the following, I want the sum of the values from Col B based on the criteria "McKinsey" (Col A) AND "Low" (Col C). So far the formula I came up with doesn't work. Do I need to create an array?
=IF(AND($A$3:$A$2849="McKinsey",$C$3:$C$2849="Low"),SUMIF($A$3:$A$2849,"McKinsey",B$3:B$2849),"")

Col A
McKinsey
Wallace
Pole
Watson
McKinsey
McKinsey
Allison
Pole
etc.

Col B
$45
$56
$50
$30
$60
$75
etc

Col C
Low
High
High
Medium
Low
Low
High
etc

Hello!
I am attempting to utilize the SUMIF and IF AND formula to sum up a large range of data. The end result is to have a total next to each of the names in Col A by setting the criteria on Col C. The sum range will be Col B.

In the following, I want the sum of the values from Col B based on the criteria "McKinsey" (Col A) AND "Low" (Col C). So far the formula I came up with doesn't work. Do I need to create an array?
=IF(AND($A$3:$A$2849="McKinsey",$C$3:$C$2849="Low"),SUMIF($A$3:$A$2849,"McKinsey",B$3:B$2849),"")

Col A
McKinsey
Wallace
Pole
Watson
McKinsey
McKinsey
Allison
Pole
etc.

Col B
$45
$56
$50
$30
$60
$75
etc

Col C
Low
High
High
Medium
Low
Low
High
etc

Thank you!

Hi dear,

I ahve got the below range.what I want is if the first chracter starts with any of the below corresponnding value to be shown.I am using left and abs for this . but when the chracter stars with "N" or "E" . i am getting and error.

6 Connect
N Explore
1 Entry
3 Connect
2 Entry
5 Live
E Achieve
7 Live
8 Live
9 connect

thanks
Utsav

I have two versions of a report, one with all data and one with a reduced set which is selected using a custom autofilter.

I have replaced all the SUM formulae in the report with SUBTOTAL(9, formulae so that when the reduced set is selected the totals adjust to sum only the visible lines. All good.

My problem is that I have some SUMIF formulae producing totals for different subsets of the data. These still operate on all lines when the autofilter is on, I want them to total only the visible lines (as SUBTOTAL does). Is there a way to combine SUMIF and SUBTOTAL to achieve that?

If there a sumif/and combination I can use that is contingent upon two conditions, rather than just one?

Thanks in advance.

I need to insert a SUMIF and AND into a function to test two ranges of cells for correct response.

I cannot see how to combine the SUMIF and the AND functions.

For example:

sum cells a1:a55 if cell b1:b55 contain '1' and cell c1:c55 contains 'y'

Anyone help?

Thanks

Hey guys,

I was wondering whether someone could help me walk through the "SUMIF(AND" function. I'm trying to apply it across a worksheet within the same workbook and it's not working. PLEASE, if you could, could you help me out. Thanks!!

I use SUMIF and COUNTIF formula's to sum and count data within specific
ranges. Here are the formula's I use to find data from 5.0 to 15.0:

=SUM(N2:N220,-SUMIF(N2:N220,{"=15.0"}))

=COUNTIF(N2:N220,">=5.0")-COUNTIF(N2:N220,">=15.0")

Is there a way to modify these formula's to work with SUBTOTALS?

Thanks,

Steve

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used in palm!? I'm thinking buy a palm.
Thanks !!! Robert.

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How to use rank and ABS functions to rank the set of + and - numbers to be
ranked from 0 and up regardless +ve or -ve number:
A B C
Data Take
ABS Value Ranked succesfully
Formula =ABS(A2) =RANK(B2,(B$3:B$14),(0.01))
-1.00 1 1
10.00 10 8
13.00 13 10
18.00 18 11
23.00 23 12
8.98 8.98 6
9.00 9 7
-5.00 5 2
-11.00 11 9
-7.00 7 4
5.55 5.55 3
-8.97 8.97 5
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foloowing formula did not work: gave error as "# NA"
=RANK((ABS(A3)),(A$3:A$14),1)
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Please help to solve above formula in oreder to avoid adding an colum to
calcualte the ABS value and hide it from an table.

Or give any other suggestions.

Thanking you in advance.

Can anyone advise on a better way of expressing this formula?

All I want to do is sum entries in a column where the criteria is between
L1DAYS and L13 DAYS (inclusive).

I assume that I need some sort of SUMIF(AND but I can't figure it out

=SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L1DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L2DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L3DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L4DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L5DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L6DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L7DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L8DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L9DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L10DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L11DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L12DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L13DAYS",P15:P365)+
SUMIF($H15:$H365,"L14DAYS",P15:P365)

Thanks for anyone's help

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I have 2 sheets: 1 sheet contains more than one list with items and quantities, the other contains total for each product using sumif fuction. Now I need to move from one list to the other by simply dragging down so I made a sequence of the column numbers and from them I got the addresses of the lists columns. Now, inside the table I try using the sumif but it gives me ref! error. I tried using it the same way it is used in the sum: =SUMIF((INDIRECT((Lists!N4&":"&Lists!N5))),"A",(INDIRECT((Lists!N7&":"&Lists!N8)))) by simply replacing sum with sumif and it doesnt work.

I tried it this way:=SUMIF(INDIRECT(B3&":"&E3,1),"A",INDIRECT(D3&":"&E3,1)) where the references of B3 and E3 are Lists!$A$3, Lists!B$3...however this gives me ref! error

The problem is the data are in other sheet and I need to reference them in the sum if and I seem to fail in doing that, can any body help?

I attached an example of the problem to help you understand my problem

XL2000: SUMIF and COUNTIF Functions Return Incorrect Results When Used ...

The SUMIF and COUNTIF functions return incorrect results when you use them to match strings longer than 255 characters to the string #VALUE!.

I want to create a sumif statement to look for two criteria. I thought about a "sumif" combined with "and", however the way I'm creating it "=SUMIF(AND(...", the formula is using the "AND" as part of the "sumif" range, which isn't correct. Any advise?

Hi everyone,

I have an issues here with using a sumifs function. Working great apart from when I need to filter the data in the table its referencing. Does anyone know how to get this to work properly? I've attached a spreadsheet to show what I'm referring to.

"Sheet1" has the sumifs and the data I'm looking to pull. "ALSchedule" contains the data.

So for example. Currently I have a filter applied to "Type" column in "ALSchedule". In "Sheet1", cell b5, the amount that should have been showing at the moment should have been $102,965,001.92. But, the sumifs is picking up the filtered-out categories which you'll be able to see.

If anyone can help me with a workaround that'd be great. Thank you!

I have a forumula that uses both SUMIF and COUNTIF.

SUMIF(Quality!D$1:D$500,C15,Quality!C$1:C$500)/COUNTIF(Quality!D$1:D$500,C15)

I'd like to add ISERROR to return a blank cell instead of the #DIV/0!.

I've tried a few variations but haven't been successful.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

J.


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