Hi All, I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. A B C D Customer Table Amount Table Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount 2001 AA AA 5 2001 BB AA 5 2001 CC AA 5 2001 DD AA 5 2001 EE AA -5 2001 FF AA -5 2001 GG BB 3 BB 3 BB -3 Summary AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then count positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column D). In this case the answer is "2" BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" Thank you John

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11/19/2009 7:30:01 PM

John wrote: > Hi All, > > I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. > > A B C D > Customer Table Amount Table > Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount > 2001 AA AA 5 > 2001 BB AA 5 > 2001 CC AA 5 > 2001 DD AA 5 > 2001 EE AA -5 > 2001 FF AA -5 > 2001 GG BB 3 > BB 3 > BB -3 > > Summary > > AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then count > positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column D). In this > case the answer is "2" > > BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" > Thank you > John > With AA in C2 and your Amount Table in A1:B10 (headers in row 1): =SUMPRODUCT(($A$2:$A$10=C2)*SIGN($B$2:$B$10))

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11/19/2009 7:43:49 PM

Didn't Jacob and I already answer a similar question? In E2: =SUMPRODUCT((C$2:C$20=B2)*(SIGN(D$2:D$20))) Copy down as desired. -- Best Regards, Luke M *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* "John" wrote: > Hi All, > > I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. > > A B C D > Customer Table Amount Table > Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount > 2001 AA AA 5 > 2001 BB AA 5 > 2001 CC AA 5 > 2001 DD AA 5 > 2001 EE AA -5 > 2001 FF AA -5 > 2001 GG BB 3 > BB 3 > BB -3 > > Summary > > AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then count > positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column D). In this > case the answer is "2" > > BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" > Thank you > John >

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11/19/2009 8:07:01 PM

Glenn wrote: > John wrote: >> Hi All, >> >> I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. >> >> A B C D >> Customer Table Amount Table >> Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount >> 2001 AA AA 5 >> 2001 BB AA 5 >> 2001 CC AA 5 >> 2001 DD AA 5 >> 2001 EE AA -5 >> 2001 FF AA -5 >> 2001 GG BB 3 >> BB 3 >> BB -3 >> >> Summary >> >> AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then >> count positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column >> D). In this case the answer is "2" >> >> BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" >> Thank you >> John >> > > With AA in C2 and your Amount Table in A1:B10 (headers in row 1): > > =SUMPRODUCT(($A$2:$A$10=C2)*SIGN($B$2:$B$10)) Missed your column headings: =SUMPRODUCT(($C$2:$C$10=B2)*SIGN($D$2:$D$10))

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11/19/2009 8:29:43 PM

Hi Luke, You guys did but this one is a little different. I want to be able to write like this: =SUMPRODUCT(($C$2:$C$20=$B$2:$B$20)*(SIGN(D$2:D$20))) this one does not work because I change "B2" to "B2:B20". "Luke M" wrote: > Didn't Jacob and I already answer a similar question? > > In E2: > =SUMPRODUCT((C$2:C$20=B2)*(SIGN(D$2:D$20))) > > Copy down as desired. > -- > Best Regards, > > Luke M > *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* > > > "John" wrote: > > > Hi All, > > > > I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. > > > > A B C D > > Customer Table Amount Table > > Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount > > 2001 AA AA 5 > > 2001 BB AA 5 > > 2001 CC AA 5 > > 2001 DD AA 5 > > 2001 EE AA -5 > > 2001 FF AA -5 > > 2001 GG BB 3 > > BB 3 > > BB -3 > > > > Summary > > > > AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then count > > positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column D). In this > > case the answer is "2" > > > > BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" > > Thank you > > John > >

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11/20/2009 2:57:02 PM

That formula works fine. It does exactly what you asked it to do. For any row where the content of column B equals the content of column C in the same row, the sign of the content of row D is added to the total. If that wasn't what you wanted to do, you needed a different formula. You asked a different question originally, and Luke and Jacob answered that question, but it isn't clear what you now want to do. -- David Biddulph "John" <John@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:7AA8E6A5-8C1B-43E5-B609-2FAC449ADACE@microsoft.com... > Hi Luke, > > You guys did but this one is a little different. I want to be able to > write > like this: > =SUMPRODUCT(($C$2:$C$20=$B$2:$B$20)*(SIGN(D$2:D$20))) > > this one does not work because I change "B2" to "B2:B20". > > "Luke M" wrote: > >> Didn't Jacob and I already answer a similar question? >> >> In E2: >> =SUMPRODUCT((C$2:C$20=B2)*(SIGN(D$2:D$20))) >> >> Copy down as desired. >> -- >> Best Regards, >> >> Luke M >> *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* >> >> >> "John" wrote: >> >> > Hi All, >> > >> > I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. >> > >> > A B C D >> > Customer Table Amount Table >> > Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount >> > 2001 AA AA 5 >> > 2001 BB AA 5 >> > 2001 CC AA 5 >> > 2001 DD AA 5 >> > 2001 EE AA -5 >> > 2001 FF AA -5 >> > 2001 GG BB 3 >> > BB 3 >> > BB -3 >> > >> > Summary >> > >> > AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then >> > count >> > positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column D). In >> > this >> > case the answer is "2" >> > >> > BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" >> > Thank you >> > John >> >

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11/20/2009 5:04:20 PM

Hi all, I should make a condition(AND) in my sumproduct formula with date format(yyyy/mm/dd), why it dosent accept my condition in one column, like this: =SUMPRODUCT(($B$30:$B$3000=$A$1)*($G$30:$G$3000>=$B$1)*($G$30:$G$3000<$B$2)*($J$30:$J$3000)) even I dublicate date column(G) and change the formula to : =SUMPRODUCT(($B$30:$B$3000=$A$1)*($G$30:$G$3000>=$B$1)*($H$30:$H$3000<$B$2)*($J$30:$J$3000)) but it dosen't work again, any idea to solve this problem would be appreciated. Bijan Hi Bijan I don't see anyting wrong with your formula. Instead of multipl...

If I have two columns of numbers: 1 50 2 40 1 20 4 10 3 30 1 50 How do I write a formula that will sum every number in column B that corresponds to a 1 in column A. The answer should be 120. Thanks for any help. I believe you will want to use a sumif() function here if your data starts in A1 then =sumif(A1:A6,1,B1:B6) On Dec 8, 10:19 am, Terry <Terr...@aol.com> wrote: > If I have two columns of numbers: > > 1 50 > 2 40 > 1 20 > 4 10 > 3 30 > 1 50 > > How do I write a formula that will sum every number in column B that > correspon...

How do you count rows from criterias in two columns where the criteri shall be OR? I.e. something lik SUMPRODUCT(('[jisses.xls]Requirements'!$E$2:$E$10000="Car")+('[jisses.xls]Requirements'!$F$2:$F$10000="Car")) but where you get a count on number of rows where either (both column are = Car) or (any of the columns are = Car)? -- Message posted from http://www.ExcelForum.com Rune, Try =SUMPRODUCT(('[jisses.xls]Requirements'!$E$2:$E$10000="Car")+('[jisses.xls]R equirements'!$F$2:$F$10000="Car"))-SUMPRODUCT(('[jisses...

I am running Excel 2003 and I am trying to count a range of data for charting. I am using the following formula: '=IF(SUMPRODUCT(('Assess'!$H$3:$H$189="Temp")*('Assess'!$J$3:$J$189<$B $15)*('Assess'!$M$3:$M$189="N")*('Assess'!$A$3:$A$189=A16) *1),SUMPRODUCT(('Assess'!$H$3:$H$189="Temp")*('Assess'!$J$3:$J$189<$B $15)*('Assess'!$M$3:$M$189="N")*('Assess'!$A$3:$A$189=A16)*1),0) It works great....except... In column $M$3:$M$189 there are also blank cells and I want to count these a...

Hi All, I have 2 tables one is cust table and the other one is amount table. A B C D Customer Table Amount Table Parent ID Cust # Cust # Amount 2001 AA AA 5 2001 BB AA 5 2001 CC AA 5 2001 DD AA 5 2001 EE AA -5 2001 FF AA -5 2001 GG BB 3 BB 3 BB -3 Summary AA - I want to be able to count if "AA" in Cust table (Column B) then count positive amount minus negative amount in amount table (Column D). In this case the answer is "2" BB - The same thing with "BB". The answer is "1" Thank you ...

Folks, I'm really struggling with this one. I've got 354 rows of data (rows 3:352). In column G there may be a date. In column M there is a number (1-12) which represents a monthly period, and in column O there is a dollar amount which represents a montly invoice total. I need to construct a formula which calculates the sum of O for a specific period M where there is a date entered (non-blank cell) in G. The formula below is what I constructed but it does not work. Rather it calculates the sum of O for the specified period in M but then multiplies the sum ($16,200) by the num...

Hi, 1. Just read http://www.mcgimpsey.com/excel/formulae/doubleneg.html In this JEM says that we have double negs so that =SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A5>10),B1:B5)) can be coerced in to 1. As per JEM"s explanation single unary will coerce True/False to Zero/One and the second double unary is used so that the negative values could be converted to its original sign. My "reasoning" was instead of using double negative sign why not use a single + sign and achieve further speed increase. So I did this =SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A5>5),--(A1:A5<10),B1:B5) . The data I used was ...

Hi I have a range A1:S1 with a series of integers and a range A2:S2 with another series of integers. How can I count all the instances where the equivalent cell in the second range is equal to two less than that in the first range. eg 6 4 9 7 8 etc 4 3 7 8 7 etc the above would count 2 - Columns A and C Thanks in advance Sandy =SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:S1-A2:S2=2)) =sumproduct() likes to work with numbers. The -- stuff changes trues and falses to 1's and 0's. Bob Phillips explains =sumproduct() in much more detail here: http://www.xldynamic.com/source/...

I have this formula in use and it works perfectly. I now need to change the sum area from H4:h484 to H4:J484 and now it only give me 0. How do I get it to sum the larger area?? =IF($B3<=0,"",SUMPRODUCT((SVEexp!$B$4:$B$484=Summary!$B3)*(SVEexp!$C$4:$C$48 4=Summary!$C3),SVEexp!$H$4:$H$484)) Thank you, Jerry Hi You need to make sure that all of the ranges in SUMPRODUCT are the same size. If you alter one of the ranges, you'll have to alter the others accordingly. Hope this helps. Andy. "Jerry Kinder" <jkinder@jkinder.com> wrote in message news:eeznF54...

I have 3 columns of data, NAME, DATE,VALUE NAME Date Text Carlos 1/1/4 10 Carlos 2/1/4 20 Carlos 5/6/4 30 Carlos 6/6/4 40 Peter 5/5/4 50 Peter 20/6/4 60 The forumla that I need to use is Look for CARLOS in the database, and retrieve VALUE when NAME is CARLO and DATE is the LATEST (for carlos of course). In this example if I look for Carlos the data I want is 40 If I look for Peter the data I want should be 60 The formula I tried was =sumproduct(NAMES=Carlos)*(DATES=MAX(DATES)),VALUE) I think it is because it doesn't match the latest date for carlos. ...

I need a conditional sumproduct (i.e. "sumproductif") function. Has anyone ever figured out how to do this? Thanks... ...

I am attempting to use SUMPRODUCT to pull values froma multiple column spreadsheet and add them together. I am able to get the SUMPRODUCT to work if I am only looking for values in one column, but as soon as I select all columns, the function no longer works. example: column A holds accounts, column B holds subaccounts, columns D - F (possibility of over 100 columns) hold companies I am looking for all values to be added together that hold values for both column A and column B =SUMPRODUCT(--(A2:A61=A44),--(B2:B61=B44)--(F2:F61)) works for just column F, but when I try ...

Hi In C4 on Sheet 1 I want to count the number of instances where the text in Data!Z4:Z5000 is the same as Sheet1!A4. I am trying to use SUMPRODUCT, but I think that this is probably the wrong function. Can anyone advise please? Thanks A I'd try this in C4: =countif(data!z4:z5000,A4) Since the formula is in the same sheet as A4, the sheet name doesn't need to be included. Alex Hammerstein wrote: > > Hi > > In C4 on Sheet 1 I want to count the number of instances where the text in > Data!Z4:Z5000 is the same as Sheet1!A4. > > I am trying to use SUMP...

I need to calculate 'unreconciled amount' in my check register by looking at column B (deposit or withdrawal), column E (check amount), column F (bank balance) and column G (reconciled). Column G will contain either "R" for reconciled or it will be null. All Uncreconciled (no "R") transactions must be examined to see if they are deposits or withdrawals (column B), subtracting withdrawals from deposits. Can anyone help with a formula? I currently have a helper column that is used to total the unreconciled amounts. (=IF($G278<>"R",I...

Good Morning All, Using Windows XP & Excel XP I have a worksheet that displays a daily 3 digit lottery number with the 3 digits being separted in column A2, B2 & C2 In columns A1,B1 & C1 is the number picked by a player. Example: A B C D ---------------------------- 1 1 2 3 (Player pick) 2 4 1 7 (Lottery number drawn) 3 3 3 4 (Lottery number drawn) I would like to have a formula that would count the number of occurences that a player number matches a lottery d...

Hello world, I am working with a xls log function in a filetransfer workflow. The worksheet is like this: Date/Time Job name Files in job 01-11-2007 Test01.jpg 1 02-11-2007 Test02.jpg 1 02-11-2007 Test03.jpg 1 03-11-2007 Test04.jpg 1 04-11-2007 Test05.jpg 1 My goal is to process this data in another worksheet. So far I have succeeded in having Excel adding the numbers in the "Files in job" column and displaying the sum in the secon...

F G 4 $34.5 3 $ 23 1 $23 1 $34.5 1 $6.25 2 $23 How do I count the number of instances that are $34.5? The answer should be 5 (Row 1= 4 * 34.5, and Row4 =1 * 34.5) try this that must be array entered using ctrl+shift+enter =COUNT(IF($O$2:$O$22=34.5,$O$2:$O$22)) -- Don Guillett Microsoft MVP Excel SalesAid Software dguillett1@austin.rr.com "Paul" <Msr33@TPx12.com> wrote in message news:i0p474579tqed31g089fnksdno319r6tg1@4ax.com... >F G > > 4 $34.5 > 3 $ 23 > 1 $23 > 1 $34.5 > 1 $6.25 > 2 $23 > > Ho...

Novice here, I need to have an output of more than just a find/sum of two columns If the below were on columns A,B and C name--activity--hours bob--change--5 bob--change--4 bob--app --4 john--app--3 john--app--5 john--change--2 bill--hardware--3 bill--hardware--1 bill--app--2 bill--app--4 What I would like to do is output how many hours of the app, chang and/or hardware activity did john do but not just in the numerica sense. Looking for John--App--8 then on the next row John--change--2 but I d not want to display a John--Hardware--0 as I do not care about 0 hour for a certain activity. ...

I have a Sumproduct formular that i got from off groups but need it to work on filtered Data =SUMPRODUCT((A3:A51<>"")/COUNTIF(A3:A51,A3:A51&"")) Have been trying to us SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(INDEX............ But am unable to to get it to work. Could some one please show me what the formular should be. Thanks have you tried SUBTOTAL? Look in the help index -- Don Guillett SalesAid Software dguillett1@austin.rr.com <Sidata@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:1162327929.909939.259340@h48g2000cwc.googlegroups.com... >I have a Sumproduct formular that i go...

Good Afternoon Please could someone help.... I have a monster spreadsheet that tracks recruitment numbers and as part of our monthly reporting i need to count various monthly stats The information i need to summarise for each department is: the number of internal candidates that were offered in each month The number of external candidates that were offered in each month the number of internal candidates that started in each month The number of external candidates that started in each month, Sample Data as follows: Department Candiate type offer date Start date Engineering...

If I have a formula that defines arange in cell A1 ="column"&"row"&":"&"column"&"row" and another range defined in the same way in B1, I can reference them with =SUMPRODUCT(INDIRECT(A1),INDIRECT(B1)) However I can not insert the formula in A1 instead of the reference to A1 in the SUMPRODUCT(INDIRECT()) function. Is there a way force this? I ask because SUM, COUNTIF, and others will accept the range definition instead of the reference to the range. Of course this won't save me much space, just want it in a couple place...

I have a problem surrounding sumproduct and setting criteria. I need to sumproduct based on row criteria '19:19'. The value for the row criteria is set in an other cell 'E23'. So sum of row 9 and row 17 where 19 is equal to E23. =SUMPRODUCT((OFFSET(A9,,MATCH(E23,19:19,0)-1,(OFFSET(A17,,MATCH(E23,19:19,0)+1)/1)))) Any help greatly appreciated -- Kstalker ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Kstalker's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=24699 View this thread: http://www.excelforum.com/showthr...

Can anyone help me making use of the Formula "SUMPRODUCT" within the below file? http://www.flypicture.com/download/MzcyMjA= Thank you very much Gennaro Very few contributors will download a file from an unknown source, so you might not get much help. Can you describe what it is you are trying to do and give examples of your formula - explain how it is not working (error, wrong result etc) Hope this helps. Pete On Sep 30, 7:53 pm, Gennaro <Genn...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > Can anyone help me making use of the Formula "SUMPRODUCT" within the below ...

Using Excel 2003, I need to find the average age of males who have had a specified procedure before March 31, 2010. D3:D11 are ages. E3:E11 are gender. F3:F11 are the dates. G3:G11 are the procedures. So far I have this formula but am getting a total of the ages rather than the average. =AVERAGE((SUMPRODUCT(('East 2010'!$D$3:$D$11)*('East 2010'!$G$3:$G$11="THR")*('East 2010'!$E$3:$E$11="Male")*('East 2010'!$F$3:$F$11<=DATE(2010,3,31))))) Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you. "Basenji" wrote: > Using...

=SUMPRODUCT(($E$25:$E$2000=4)*($F$25:$F$2000=6.5)*(P25:P2000)) This above formula achieves the desired result. However, when I add a fourth column (below) I get a Value error. I think I'm close...any ideas? =SUMPRODUCT(($E$25:$E$2000=4)*($F$25:$F$2000=6.5)*(P25:P2000)*($M$25:$M$2000)) First, I'd watch those addresses. I bet you want to use $P$25:$P$2000, too. Second, do you have any text values in M25:M2000--or any errors in that range? If you have some text, you can use a different formula to ignore text: =SUMPRODUCT(--($E$25:$E$2000=4), --($F$25:$F$2000=6.5), ...