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# Nesting A New Criteria In Sumif

## I have the following Formula: =SUMIF('Sheet2'!C:C;Sheet1!B3;'Sheet2'!E:E) In this way I got the sum of all items located in column E wich have the same value than in B3 in Sheet 1.... How could I change the formula in the way that only returns the Values in Sheet2 E:E when (If equals to B2 and C2 in Sheet 1 then Sumif) The value which I want to use to filter is in the same columns in both sheets

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The two criteria are:
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The other limitation I have to work with is that the formula is in a different workbook to the source data. I have a worksheet that lists the external workbook/sheet and have been using INDIRECT in the DSUM.

I read through the examples here:
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Basically they recommended DSUM as the most efficient.

I can get the DSUM working, but it needs the workbook to be open before it can evaluate the expression and therefore I get an error when I select to update values upon opening the workbook.

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I have four Sheets. One summary sheet and SheetA, SheetB and SheetC containing Data.
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Criteria are located in the summary sheet e.g.: A2: 1-1-2008 A3: 2-1-2008 and B2: A, B3:B
The data sheets are listed in H1:H3.

The results should cover a sum of col C over the sheets by using the critiria listed in summary sheet.

The criteria range is variable; sometimes I only want to use one criteria and sometimes more.

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Then:
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or
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Looks like this
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Nesting IF(AND
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If the Actual date is not blank, do Actual minus Target, and if NOW() is greater then the target date, do now() minus target.

if(F9="", ""
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AND

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Hitting Nesting Limit
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VBA Nesting If Statements For Dates
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For Example

Sheet 1 Sheet2

Company: First Name: Company: Name:

So if I put the formula where the ? mark is, I want to match the first company name on sheet 1, from the range in sheet 2, then I want to get the offset from that match 0,1 to give me the name patrick.

Nesting Isnumber Search Functions
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My question is.... how can I do this multiple times within the same function/cell. i.e. if I wanted to search "which is < " and/or "positive" in the same cell, then i get back "test ok", "positive number") I keep trying all combinations to no avail, like: =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("which is < ",E9)),"test ok", "not ok"), =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("positive",E9)),"positive number", "no good")

Keep in mind I am using a numeric example, although I am using this function to check if part of a cell matches specific text...

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how to determine which "Gate" an employee has attained for product sales.

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Note: All 4 products must meet or exceed a Gate to be valid for that Gate. So if employee A sells to Gate 3 level on all products but one, their Gate will be at the level of that one lower product. Clear as mud?

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