Matching Multiple Criteria In SUMIF?

Jan 30, 2014

I'm trying to create an overview which shows a breakdown of the total minutes for each task on each given day.

I need to get a formula to work in the grey area which sums the total minutes (column C) based on matching two criteras of task (column A) and day (column b).

How To Use SUMIF On Consecutive Cells Matching Criteria

May 28, 2009

How would I write a sumif function to only add consecutive cells that match the criteria? Here is the formula I am using right now, but it adds all of the cells that match the criteria, not just the consecutive ones. Also they need to be consecutive cells from the current cell (in the formula below i would be referring to A80)

=IF(A81<>A80,SUMIF(A\$5:A80,A80,H\$5:H80),"")

More data:

Column A is a group of dates, but not in order, they are slightly mixed up
Column H is a monetary value.

SUMIF Or An Array Formula - Matching Multiple Conditions

Jan 14, 2009

I would like to have a formula in one cell that finds records on another sheet that meet certain criteria, and produces a sum of the total quantities associated with that record. The attached workbook has more details as to what I am trying to do.

Multiple Criteria SUMIF Using Column As Negative Criteria?

Mar 24, 2014

I've attached a sample workbook to show what I am trying to do. I would like the formula to say "if Sheet2!A:A is "MON" and if Sheet2!R:R matches Sheet3!A:A, and if Sheet2!I:I doesn't match any of the values from Sheet1L:L, then I'd like the sum of Sheet2!F:F. It seems pretty simple but I've tried a million different variations of SUMIFS, SUMIF, IF, AND, etc. and I can't figure it out.

How To Sumif Multiple Criteria

Nov 27, 2011

I want a sumif where:

=sumif(f2:f500,

if column f has a 7 in it and if column e is greater than 5

Sumif - Multiple Criteria

Nov 12, 2008

Column A |Column B |Column C
Store_Name| Dates |Revenue_Generated

I want to sum the revenue generated in every row where:
Store_Name = "x"
Dates >= Date1
Dates

SUMIF Multiple Criteria In 2003

Dec 15, 2009

I am using Excel 2003 and need help with sumif with 2 criteria. Please see attached worksheet.

I am trying to find total costs for repective projects if they happend in 2009 only, else leave blank.

In attached worksheet, see column c, row 17...thats what the result should be.

Find All Instances of:

Project A that happend in 2009 and from range c2..c7
Project B that happend in 2009 and from range c2..c7

etc.

and show their sum in c17,c18, etc.

Sumif Formula Multiple Criteria

Jan 27, 2010

Can anyone tell me what is wrong with the formula on page 1 cell F56? it is not adding the 666 gallons at the end of column F for 426 - cc. Any ideas?

�Vlookup� Or �Sumif� With Multiple Criteria ?????

Feb 1, 2010

I would like to take a precise value from one table which corresponds to two different criteria. See the example attached with this message.

SUMIF - Multiple Criteria Using Concatenate

Feb 15, 2010

Im tryng to do a SUMIF formula that has several criteria as answer but using the concatenate formula, but it doesnt seem to come back with the answer - im using AND/OR formula aswell, but have a feeling im doing it wrong.

It does work when i use the single concatenate, but not when i try a do more than one

SUMIF With Multiple Criteria In 2003

Mar 4, 2009

I'm trying to return a value from a data dump based on 2 seperate criteria, 1 being the name of a person and the other being the name of an activity. Is there any way of using an array and the SUMIF function to do this?

SUMIF - Using Multiple Criteria (10 To 20 Values)

Jun 12, 2003

Sumif formula. I need to somehow put a loop on the criteria or something...

The formula is sumif(range, criteria, sum range). The problem I am having is that I have about 20 criteria to select, and sumif is designed for one criteria. I know that I can type the exact same formaula in and have something like this...

=SUMIF(D25:D107,Variables!A6,F25:F108) + SUMIF(D25:D107,Variables!A7,F25:F108) + SUMIF(D25:D107,Variables!A8,F25:F108) + SUMIF(D25:D107,Variables!A9,F25:F108)+ SUMIF(D26:D107,Variables!A10,F26:F108)+ SUMIF(D26:D107,Variables!A11,F26:F108)

This is OK for a few variables but some formulas have multiple criteria in excess of 15-20. the other thing is that the criteria list will grow over time as more variable are added, and instead of changing the formulas throughout the spreadsheet, I would like to have a big range that I can slowly fill up as I go along

The ideal situation would be if I could put a range in ( ie A6:A30) and then when I get a new criteria I just add it to this range. This will make administration eaaseier by giving me one location to update data.

I will show you an example.. I want to calculate the amount of petrol I use based on three criteria - BP, Shell, Caltex ( the criteria being petrol stations that come up on my bill).

Column
A/ B / C/ D
Row / description / Amount/Variables
1 / Shell Petrol / \$10/Shell
2 / Cat Food/\$13/BP
3 / BP Store/\$24 / Caltex
4 / Dog Food/\$23
5/Shell Petrol / \$98
6/Caltex Petrol/\$31
7/BP stuff/\$30
8/Shell Store/\$70

What I have been doing is this...

=sumif(B1:B8,D1,c1:c8) + sumif(B1:B8,D2,c1:c8) + sumif(B1:B8,D3,c1:c8)

If I could somehow get the formula to choose the whole column D as the criteria range and get the 'sum if' to somehow loop so it goes down the d column and does the same calculation, but just changes the criteria variable each time, then instead of changing the formula, I could just add to the D column each time I had a new criteria I wanted to check.

I looked into DSUM and Pivot Tables. DSUM seems to work well with numbers, not variables and Pivot tables did my head in, especially seeing I know that there is a way to do this in a formula based way..

Sumif With Multiple Range And Criteria

Oct 10, 2007

I am trying to do a sumif function where it only sums when a different criteria is met in several different columns.

eg

sumif b:b shows portsmouth d:d shows calais f:f shows night then sum range g:g

Multiple Criteria Matching In VBA?

Apr 22, 2012

Modifying the following line by replacing the row number in AC2 and Q2 by an incremental variable? I mean something like “AC”&Rw , “Q”&Rw, &Rw, Rw being my incremental variable used to go through the rows.

ElxJobNo=Evaluate("Index(Index(Jobnumbers,0,1),Match(AC2&Q2,Index(Jobnumbers,0,3)&Index(Jobnumbers,0,4),0))")

Sumif Multiple Criteria: Sum Spend In Certain Categories

Sep 1, 2009

I have a column which lists total spend by vendor. I am using the sumif formulae to sum spend in certain categories, for example spend greater than �500,000. I would like to use two criteria, for example greater than �300,00 but less than �499,999. I am also using countif to get the number of vendors in each range of spend. How do I adapt my current code of "=SUMIF(D2:D1463,">300000",D2:D1463)" to look at greater than �300,000 but less than �499,999. I'm sure this is simple but like most things only simple if you know how.

SUMIF Or SUMPRODUCT For Multiple Criteria And A Negative?

Nov 12, 2011

I have an array that contains order numbers, tracking numbers and shipment costs. I want to get the total value of the shipment cost per order. the problem is, there are some duplicate shipments (ie same tracking number) and I don't want to include those. I can't delete the duplicate entries from the database for reasons I won't go into here.

so I tired to use a formula like =SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,A1,B:B,B1)
A B C
11462046 CJ225083125US 10.51
11462051 CJ225082247US 17.04
11462046 CJ225083125US 10.51
11462046 CJ225083564US 22.40

the formula doesn't work (won't even let me enter it) but if it did, it should give a result of 32.91. it would add C1 and C4 (but not C3 because even though A3=A1, B# also equals B1 and that is what I don't want to add.

I think maybe a sumproduct formula is what is needed but the negative criteria is throwing me for a loop.

SUMIF Statement With Multiple Criteria In Same Column

Jan 26, 2004

I'm trying to create a SUMIF statement that that has an embedded OR statement within, and am unable to make it work.

Basically I want to say if "column Q" equals one of 2 criteria ("cat" or "dog") then sum the corresponding number in "column P" I've tried the following statement, but it is just resulting in a zero:

=SUMIF(Q9:Q32792,OR("cat","dog"),P9:P32792)

I've seen support on statements with multiple criteria in DIFFERENT columns, but not if searching for multiple criteria in the SAME column.

Matching Multiple Criteria And + / - Numbers

Jun 28, 2014

I have a spreadsheet where I want to match the PO info with the invoice info. I want to match the cost center, location, PO number, item number and the price.

Period
Cost Center
Account
Item No
PO No
Amount
Test

DEC-12
5000AF
000
M0002648
13579
(59.89)
5.11

[code]....

The formula I used in the test column

=SUMPRODUCT(--(\$B\$2:\$B\$13&\$C\$2:\$C\$13&\$D\$2:\$D\$13&\$E\$2:\$E\$13=B2&C2&D2&E2),\$F\$2:\$F\$13)

As you can see in that the formula is showing the first 4 rows with a difference even though that the difference is in the first two. How can i fix this?

My second question, on the lines with the 989.04 difference, how can I make the same formula to say "Fix the account" or to fix the column with discrepancy

Count Matching Multiple Criteria

Jun 25, 2007

I have been asked to analyse the contribution / performance of each student in a team. What i am trying to do is to count the number of times each student has work together and then try to work out their contribution. Got stuck on the 2nd bit for like 3 weeks flat. have been trying but not luck... seems to give me 1 or 0. so i assume my attempt is only a true or false answer! All i need is a count of how many times each student work with each other, and the best backbone formula is "count". This situation is best explained by my example, D15 is the closest i got

SUMIF Multiple Conditions (two Columns Match Criteria Add The Third)

Mar 17, 2009

Im trying to have a formula look at two diferent columns and if they meet the criteria add the third column.

I tried using sumproduct but It wont give me anything but error messages or a zero.

Looks like this
=SUMPRODUCT(A:A="Stewart",(G:G="Fiduciary"),C:C)

Need it to say:
if column A = Stewart and Column B = Fiduciary then add up the amount in Column C

Matching Multiple Criteria On Row Then Showing Cell On That Row?

Feb 3, 2013

I've got an array of data about 30x1500 cells in size, I want to use this data in a table I'm making on another worksheet.

Normally I'd just use VLOOKUP and this works great in most cases but I want to do something a little bit more complicated. Basically I want to (in normal English) have excel look at the table, find a cell that matches criteria in this data array, then compare to another cell on the same row in this array. If the criteria for these two match then display the data from another cell on the same row. The criteria for matching the first cells would be an exact value, both being strings of text.

I've tried using a couple of nested VLOOKUP and IF statements but failed .....

Sum Index Results Matching Multiple Criteria

Jul 14, 2009

I have a spreadsheet schedule that pulls quantities from another spreadsheet's cells. if the part number of the reference row matches the schedule cell's part number (row), and the date of the reference cell row is 2 workdays after that of the schedule cell's column, the quantity is put in the right place in the schedule. that part works. the problem I have is that sometimes there is more than one quantity with the same part number and date (due to the parts belonging to different jobs). when this is the case, only one of the quantities is picked up by the schedule. i want the schedule cells to sum the quantities of the reference file with matching criteria. i also don't want to have to change the reference file at all in order to do this. below is the function that works (besides summing the duplicates). the part after the " " is what i would need to alter.

HXS is the reference file where D is the part number column, I is the date column, and 5 is the index column referencing the quantity.

C is the part number column in the schedule
K is the date row in the schedule ....

Matching Multiple Criteria On Separate Tab To A Matrix

Apr 25, 2013

Currently I have two tabs one with six columns of data. On a separate tab I have a matrix of two of the criteria. I would like to map the company data to the matrix, but recognizing the primary representative has more than one company he/she manages. Hence I don't just need the first entry, but all of his/hers maps to the size columns.

Count Cells Matching Multiple Criteria

Jun 2, 2007

I am using the below code to count records in a range that meet multiple criteria.

myCount=0
For Each dCell In Range("MyRange")
If dCell = var1 And dCell.Offset(0,-1) = var2 Then myCount = myCount + 1
Next dCell

Is there a faster way to count multiple criteria in a VBA procedure than what I'm doing, but without using worksheet formulas? I tried "WorksheetFunction.Sumproduct" like you would in a worksheet formula, but that didn't work (unsurprisingly).

Copy Cells Matching Multiple Criteria

Aug 28, 2007

On my worksheet (which I have stripped down significantly to be able to upload here), I am looking for a way to copy certain cells over when the TCR (machine) numbers match. So, on the spreadsheet, if there is a 1 on the De La Rue sheet in the A column, it will then copy the value that is in cell B (directly next to it) and paste it into the balance sheet tab in column J in the row that has the same number in it. It would then do this for all machines in the balance sheet.

Then it would go to the "Ecoin Amounts" sheet, and do the same match, copy, paste, but this time it would be if the machine number matches, it takes the value from column D and the value from column H and pastes these into the balance sheet sheet in columns C and E respectively.

As you can see from the balance sheet tab, I tried using a VLOOKUP function, but when I import my initial data to the sheets, and manipulate it the way that I want, it gives be a reference error. I could possibly circumvent this by writing the VLOOKUP amounts as part of my macro, but I wanted to see if this could be done any easier.

Return Value By Multiple Matching And Unmatching Criteria

Jan 31, 2008

I am developing Spreadsheet that you will enter a list of parts that you need. it will have many columns but only 4 are vital to the check. this will be generated for each project.

With each part i want to then look up in another file that is a list of all the possible parts you can have with there cost. this file will be standard for everything and it will be updated from time to time.

now not all the criteria to look up will be exact matches.

here is an example

code temp/pres rating diameter material
GLV 4500 15 16Mo3

in the other file we will have multipu entries for GLV with different values.

code temp/pres rating diameter material Cost Reference
GLV 4500 20 16Mo3 400 aaa1
GLV 5500 15 16Mo3 350 aab1
GLV 5000 15 16Mo3 300 aab2
GLV 5000 15 13CrMo4-5 600 acb1
GLV 5500 15 13CrMo4-5 600 acb2

For Code i need it to match (there are lots of codes even including variations like GLV.)
For Temp/pres rating i need it to be equal or higher to the value
For diameter i need a match
for material i need a match.

so as you can see from the list above there are 2 options. so then i want it to return the cheapest.

that is step one.

step two is to repeat it for multiple list of parts.

Excel 2010 :: SUMIF With Multiple Criteria - How To Add INDIRECT To Formula

Aug 11, 2013

Excel - 2010

I have the following formula:

=SUMIFS(FEB!TRANS_Cost,FEB!TRANS_Cat1,CAT_Main3,FEB!TRANS_Cat2,"Computer Items",FEB!TRANS_Status,"Paid")

TRANS_Cost = B:B on FEB tab
TRANS_Cat1 = C:C on FEB tab
TRANS_Cat2 = D:D on FEB tab
CAT_Main3 = "Everyday_Expenses"
TRANS_Status = E:E

In short the formula adds the total cost of anything 'tagged' as Everyday_expenses, computer items, paid. I want to adapt it so that it takes the value from a defined cell such as Month, so that data can be pulled by month.

Find Value Matching Multiple Text Criteria And Max Date

Jun 7, 2009

I have the following dataset:

[Date] [Category] [Currency] [ExchangeRate] [.....], etc.
1-3-09 A USD 0,8
1-6-09 A EUR 1
1-7-09 A USD 0,7
1-8-09 B USD 0,9
1-9-09 B USD <formula>

I'd like to have the value of <formula> looked up in older records. Currency and category should match and it should pick the exchange rate with the maximum date.

Which formula and what syntax should I use to have this done?

I use Excel 2007.

Matching Multiple Criteria On Single Rows And Returning Result?

Feb 5, 2013

I have two workbooks at the moment, one which holds a whole host of customer and accounts details and another which holds only the customer details. What I'm trying to do is cross reference the two to determine if a customers details appear on both and if they do highlight this, ultimately I'd like it to pull the customers account number back but even if it highlights a match that would be sufficient.

The only unique criteria I have to do this are customer surname and customer postcode.

In the Customer details spreadsheet I'm attempting to enter a formula which will look at the specific surname & postcode held on the row in which it is entered. It will then look at all of the rows on the other spreadsheet and determine whether any of them meet both criteria.

If they do I'd like it to display "match" if they don't I'd like it to display "no match"

Returning Data From Separate Worksheet By Matching Multiple Criteria - Vlookup / If Combo?

Jun 8, 2014

I am attempting to place a formula in cell b3 in the attached spreadsheet on the "sheet to pull data into" tab 1 (cell is highlighted yellow) to retrieve value in the yellow highlighted cell in the "Sheet that contains data" which is on a seperate worksheet within the same workbook.

The cells highlighted red in the "sheet to pull into" tab (cells: a1, a3, b1, and b3) are the criteria that needs to be matched to those cells on "sheet that contains data" tab in order to ensure the value returned is correct.Sample of problem.xlsx <----see the attached sample spreadsheet.