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

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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. ...

Hi, This looks sooo right to me, but gets an error #VALUE! Not sure where it's wrong. Any help would have me a lot more hours staring at the screen: =SUMPRODUCT(DUMP!A:A=A13)*(DUMP!B:B=$A$1)*(DUMP!E:E) ==> #VALUE! I have tried re-writing the formula as: =SUM(IF((DUMP!A:A=A13)+(DUMP!B:B=$a$1),1,0)*DUMP!E:E)==> 0 (but should be a value greater than 0) The value A13 exists in Dump, column A, more than once. The value A1 exists in Dump, column B, more than once. Numerical data exists in Dump, column E. What am I doing wrong?? "Carole Kaufman" <carolek@ix.netcom.com&g...

=SUMPRODUCT('Deacon, Carrie'!B4:B35,'Deacon Carrie'!C4:C35)+SUMPRODUCT('Deacon, Carrie'!B4:B35,'Deacon Carrie'!D4:D35)+SUMPRODUCT('Deacon, Carrie'!E4:E35,'Deacon Carrie'!F4:F35) I'm using the formula above to calculate some stats for a call center. On a master "group summary page", I need to get the sum of the result of this formula from 20 worksheets. Other than duplicating the formul and changing the names, is there a faster way to do this? The cel references are identical for all, worksheets just the names change. The only ...

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I apologize for my 3rd question w/in two days, but every time one thing works, another thing does not. In our survey- we are trying to find data in regard to our students (who are in different programs) and what classes are beneficial. Our students can identify themselves in up to 3 different programs out of 6 total programs (coded 1 - 6): (Columns V, W, X) and then can identify up to 3 different beneficial classes (Columns P, Q, R). Each row is a different student. The question is: How many students who identified as '2' also said class 'x' is beneficial? ...

I am SUMPRODUCT to count the number of items in a list that are "green", except for those which are also "bad". It looks like this: =SUMPRODUCT(--(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("green",C$3:C$100))))-SUMPRODUCT(-- (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("bad",F$3:F$100)))) Unfortunately, "bad" in F3:F100 can be green, red, or blue! How can I adjust this so I get: = (the number of "green" in C3:C100) - (the number of "green" in C3:C100 with "bad" in F3:F100) What functions do I need to make this work? Ed In the 2nd SUMPRODUCT just add another arr...

I used the following formula: =SUMPRODUCT(--('PO LIST'!H3:H88="Calibration"),--('PO LIST'!E3:E88="Jan"),('PO LIST'!C3:C88)) The first part looks for "Calibration", then I need it to look for the month "Jan" and when it finds those two to calculate C3:C88. I think my issue is with the field "MONTH" that contains a formated versus ("Jan"), off the column next to it with "DATE" i.e. 01/05/04 - is it not recoginizning "Jan" as a word or does it still look at this field as a date, if so h...

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Is it possible to use a date (created via an INDEX calculation) within a SUMPRODUCT calculation? I use a SUMPRODUCT calculation to generate headcount figures off monthly master sheets as per the following: =(SUMPRODUCT(--(Apr09!$O$1:$O$6000="XN01"),(Apr09!$CI$1:$CI$6000))). However, I would like to now change the date source of the data based on a month name generated by a Spin Box so that when the month changes fropm Apr09 to May09, the SUMPRODUCT calculation refers to the sheet of May instead. So how do you join the '$O$1:$O$6000' part to the cell containi...

I am using code to try and populate a table. The table looks like AA AB 1 2 1 3 2 I am using code to put a sumproduct in AB2 and AB3 (and further as necessary). Currently the line of code I am using is: cells (r+1, "ab").formula = "=sumproduct((" & causecats.address & "=" & _ cells(r+1, "aa") & ")*(" & cause.columns(3).address & "))" When I look at what is showing up in cell AB2, I see: =sumproduct(($ah$2:$ah$32=1)*($ak$2:$ak$32)) The ranges are correct. The problem appears to be that the value,...

Hi All I have a formula which is working as follows: =SUMPRODUCT((Data1!B4:B52="Testing")*(Data1!D4:D52<>"")) This basically counts the numbers of values in a column against a set value. So for me it counts the number of projects that have dates against the 'testing' phase. I need to amend this to only count the value if the phase is currently in progress. This would basically be if D4:D52 < Today() and E4:E52 > Today(). Unfortunately I'm having great difficulty putting this in to a formula. Could someone please assist? Tha...

Hi, I have a SUMPRODUCT with multiple criteria and wish to add another condition using OR ,,,,,, e.g. A B C D Pens 18/10/2005 ABC 25 Pens 18/10/2005 BCD 10 Pens 18/10/2005 DEF 15 What I want to achieve is to sum the product in col A that matches the date in col B and has a location ( col C ) of either ABC OR BCD and sum col D. What do you mean by a sum of non-numeric data? =SUMPRODUCT((B1:B100=DATEVALUE("18-Aug-2005")*((C1:C100="ABC")+(C1:C100="BCD"))) would count th...

In sheet1, I have 2 columns, column A is weeks numbered 1:52, & column B are numbers. Ex: column A38 is the week number "38", column B38 has "25". My report is sheet2. When I enter a week number in A1, I want the corresponding number from sheet1, column B (in this example, "25") to display in column B1. No matter what week number I enter, I need the correct corresponding week number from sheet one. Thanks for any help. Hi, I presume 'Ex' meant Example, and '38' was in Cell A38 and '25' was in cell B38 In cell B1 of Sheet2 pu...

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I think a quick question here... I have a rather lengthy SUMPRODUCT formula that I want to leave a blan cell if the product of my criteria is zero. Is there a way to do this? It seems to me that I have seen folks post here about a IFISERROR o something like that, but I thought that was to return a blank i VLOOKUP #N/A result. This is pretty similar but I can't seem to figur out how to get it done. Thanks, PZa -- PokerZa ----------------------------------------------------------------------- PokerZan's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=2348 V...

When you filter a column in Excel 2007, there is an option of "contains" to choose. Is it possible to use "contains" in a sumproduct() formulae as one of the arrays or do I have to list the possibilities in each of the variables? Surely there must be a way to use wildcard characters of ? or * or something to pass this on in the formulae. If so, how? Thanks, -- Lee Coleman =sumproduct(--(isnumber(search("sometext",a1:a10))), --(b1:b10="somethingelse"), (c1:c10)) Lee wrote: > > When you filter a column in Exce...

Here's a simple example of something I'm trying to figure out. A B 1 5 1 7 2 4 2 9 Can I calculate (5*4)+(7*9)=83 using a sumproduct? I tried this but it doesn work for what I think is an obvious reason. SumProduct(((B1:B4)*(A1:A4=1)),((B1:B4)*(A1:A4=2))). I believe this isn't working because there is never a case where A1:A4=1 AND A1:A4=2. Therefore I get the answer = 0. I'm also having a hard time trying to figure out how I would do this in a loop of some kind as an alternative. Can I define B1:B2 as a range and B3:B4 as a range and pass them to a...