Using multiple criteria in SUMIF Function

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- SUMIF using multiple criteria

For example, I want date and quantity sold to be criterias that filter out

the data and I do not want to use DSUM funqtion. I am using Excel 2003.

The SUMIF function doesnâ€™t work for multiple criteria in different fields. However, you can use an array formula (sometimes referred to as a CSE formula), which requires ...

The SUMIFS function only applies if you have multiple criteria spread across multiple columns *not* in the same single column.

So, any ideas on this? Thanks in advance.

what I want to do is sum a range of numbers if a location code matches and a currency code matches.

example WS

location code Currency Code inventory

1 $

3 $

1 Y

1 $

3 Y

I want to sum all the inventory for the amounts with location code+ 1 and currency = $.

I can get a sumif function to work using one criteria ie sumif location code matches but I am having trouble excluding the numbers I don't want.

thank you for any help

With reference to the attached table how can I return the Link if I know the 'Road No' and the 'SLK' ie. if I have H005 as the road and 560 as the SLK how can I get this to return Link 15

For extra clarity 'SLK' is the distance along the road and each Link runs from 'SLK Start' to 'SLK End'

I will appriciate any help I can get. Thanks

My data is in the following format

Ref 1 Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Output

Ref 2 Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Output

Ref 3 Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Output

where I want the output coumn to look across Field1..Field 3, and match all of them to the first 3 columns of an array, and return the value in the designated column number. Tried the database functions (DGET,DSUM etc) but they require the headers in the formula which only works for the first row.

For eg: there are 3 columns A,B & C, how do I perform this calculation:

Sum of value in C for all, where A=1 & B=3

Can anyone help me??

and return a number if it finds any instances of that number.

For instance:

I have say 6 cells, (A1, C17, F13:G14) and I want to find out if any of

them contain the number "1" and if they do, I want the result of B2 to

be "1".

The way I thought I could accomplish this was to go to cell B2 and do

the formula =if(countif((A1,C17,F13:G14),"1")>0,1,0)

This seems to work for a single range such as

=if(countif(F13:G14,"1")>0,1,0)

I just dont know the proper syntax for including multiple ranges in a

function.

If anyone knows how to include multiple ranges in a function (if its

possible), or knows a simpler way to do what I am trying to do, the

help would be greatly appreciated.

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For instance:

I have say 6 cells, (A1, C17, F13:G14) and I want to find out if any of them contain the number "1" and if they do, I want the result of B2 to be "1".

The way I thought I could accomplish this was to go to cell B2 and do the formula =if(countif((A1,C17,F13:G14),"1")>0,1,0)

This seems to work for a single range such as =if(countif(F13:G14,"1")>0,1,0)

I just dont know the proper syntax for including multiple ranges in a function.

If anyone knows how to include multiple ranges in a function (if its possible), or knows a simpler way to do what I am trying to do, the help would be greatly appreciated.

Is there any way to use multiple conditions in CountIF Function or any other way / alternative.

You can specify more than one database and/or criteria for use with the database functions [DSUM(), DCOUNT(), and so on] in Microsoft Excel. The database functions will accept any ...

belive there is a single function that will resolve this question. PS I do

not want to filter the document by column than sum.

Account External ref 2 Value

5950.799.MR05 976 158.64

5950.799.MR10 976 84.96

5950.799.MR05 978 108.12

5950.799.MR15 506 158.64

5950.799.MR05 506 65.44

5950.799.MR05 976 83.28

5950.799.MR05 506 103.12

5950.799.MR10 976 158.64

5950.799.MR10 976 158.64

I would like to use a SumIf function using two criteria. If the

account number in Column A = 5950.799.MR05 and the Ext Ref 2 (Column B)

= 506 then sum the value in Column C

I tried using the And statement in conjuction with the SumIf but it

didn't work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

database using TWO criteria. That is for example, get the sum of field A if

the data in field B is one value and the data in field C is another so that

I have the sum of A's when B and C meet their criteria.

I do it now with a pivot table but would like to eliminate the table.

Is this possible?

Thank you very much.

is there any way for a sumif formula to have multiple criterias? for my case, after the formula checks for a condition, it has to check for another condition before summing up the figures.

this is my current formula:

E2 contains a certain id and the formula will total up the figures in column F for that particular id. i want to add another condition that the formula has to check for another condition before summing up. it has to check the description in column C for these words 'OR'. only after that it can total up for the id AND with the words 'OR'.

i want to be able to use wildcards for 'OR' since the descriptions might contain 'AW OR', 'OR (ST)' etc.

how do i add the other condition into the formula? pls help.

Excel: Sum If with Multiple Criteria. How to Sum cells that meet multiple criteria. Excel Formulas & Functions

I've created a database in Excel, and I am trying to use the array formula

below to count for me, but it is only working if I use a single search

criteria in Row AN (e.g. AC Initiated or Referred to Tx) but not both.

What I'd like to do (as the formula is attempting to execute) is count all

client's who were seen during the 2007 calendar year, and identify those 2007

client's who were "referred to tx" and those who began tx (e.g. AC

Initiated). I didn't know if an Array formula can search for multiple

criteria in the same row twice (once for all 2007 clients who were "Referred

to Tx" and then again for all who initiated tx (AC Initiated). I've tried

several variations of the formula below with no success. Any suggestions?

Thank you in advance, Dan

The Formula I was using that isn't working is:

=SUM((--(YEAR(Z4:Z3500)=2007))*(AN4:AN3500="AC

Initiated")*(AN4:AN3500="Referred to Tx"))

criteria over two or more columns. I've been using SUMIF with multiple

criteria in an array, but my problem is that, because I have 40,000 rows

of data, it takes an age to do the calculation.

Is there an easier/quicker way?

Example:

{=SUM(IF(($K$6:$K$40002=B127)*(LEFT($N$6:$N$40002, 2)="PR")*($L$6:$L$40002="V"),1,0))}

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criteria?

Something that works like =MATCH(Criteria,Array,0) except for multiple

criteria in multiple columns.

I would also like to know if there is a way to find the LAST row that meets

these criteria.

I am using SUMPRODUCT to count and sum in a large database using predefined

ranges.

I am trying to to speed up calculation by limiting the defined ranges to

include only the applicable rows, instead of the entire database.

I'm using 5 conditions that the user defines with drop down boxes.

The conditions for the date range include >= and <= in the sumproduct

functions.

I can do this by using an extra column:

=IF(AND("condition1 is met","condition2 is met",etc),="cell above"+1,="cell

above")

copy down, then

=MATCH(1,"extra column",0) gives the first row

=MATCH(MAX("extra column"),"extra column",0) gives the last row

However, even though 60,000 of these IF statements (I have 10,000 rows and 6

user defined groups, time periods, etc in the report) only take 3 seconds to

calculate on their own (using calcualte worksheet), the entire report takes

about 20% longer to recalculate.

We can live with it for now, but we keep adding data.

If the answer is no, and this won't work to speed up calculation, that's

okay.

Please tell if that is because there is no better way to match on multiple

criteria, or because it will slow the calculation anyway..

Thanks for any help you can offer.

Bob

I am doing this for multiple properties and there seems to be an issue when counting 2x2s. For some reason it has come up one short for this unit type on multiple occassions.

in instances where there is only one criteria...i have been able to get around this problem by using:

SUMPRODUCT(--(TRIM(my range)="2x2")) and it counts correctly. But i am at a loss when i need to count using multiple criteria. the "countifs" function worked for everything but the 2x2s and it worked for that but was short by 1 unit?

so 2 questions:

1) why is it continuously not working for 2x2 units?

2) how can i get it to count correctly in situations where i have more than one criteria?

Thanks.

VB:(in this report everyone who has a blank in column DD is printed on the worksheet Daily Snapshot(report). Certain information is carried over onto this sheet as well as the status Onboard.)Sheet 10 is the report worksheet and sheet 3 is the main worksheet titled "application".Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Sheet10.Visible = xlSheetVisible Dim temp As String Sheet10.Activate Dim ocell As Range Dim bnone As Boolean bnone = True Dim current_row As Integer For Each ocell In ActiveSheet.Columns(1).Cells If IsEmpty(ocell) Then ocell.Select 'MsgBox ("found at " & oCell.Row) bnone = False Exit For End If Next current_row = ocell.Row Dim blah As String Dim blah1 As String Sheet3.Activate For Each ocell In ActiveSheet.Columns("DD").Cells If Trim(ocell.Text) "" Then blah = "CS" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "G" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = ("Onboard") Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp Sheet10.Visible = xlSheetVisible blah = "A" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "A" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = Range(blah).Value Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp blah = "B" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "B" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = Range(blah).Value Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp blah = "I" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "C" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = Range(blah).Value Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp blah = "J" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "D" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = Range(blah).Value Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp blah = "K" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "E" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = Range(blah).Value Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp blah = "BY" & Trim(Str(ocell.Row)) blah1 = "F" & Trim(Str(current_row)) Sheet3.Activate temp = Range(blah).Value Sheet10.Activate Sheets("Daily Snapshot").Range(blah1).Value = temp current_row = current_row + 1 End If If ocell.Row = 2000 Then bnone = False Exit For End If Next End SubIf you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

I have tried putting another for loop around this for loop to add a criteria such as

For Each ocell In ActiveSheet.Columns("A").Cells

If Trim(ocell.Text) = "Accepted" Then...

but it does not work.

Any help is much appreciated!! Thanks!!

I have multiple people who travel from multiple cities in Australia to one Base e.g. Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney & Adelaide to Karratha. I want the statement to say If A2=BNE,MEL,SYD,ADL and A3=KTA then it would return a particular flight time, if not it would return the alternative.

I can't get it to do it no matter what.

I'm struggling to work out how to count the volumes in two different colums using multiple criteria. I'm using the first column as a starting point with a singular criteria and then counting all entries in another column that conform to multiple criteria.

There's a screenshot below - what I want a formula to do is give the results in cells F5 and F10.

The criteria are in E5 and E10 respectively. E5 is saying that I want to select 'TREE' from the list in B3:B16 and then count how many times either 'MON' or 'TUE' occur in C3:C16. Likewise for E10.

Can anyone help me out with this formula?

Regards

Matt

if column A:A = "8/10/07" and column B:B = "Administration"

then SUM column D:D.

No luck finding an answer? You could always try Google.