I am trying to pull cell values similar to a SUMIF function (SUMIF(range,criteria,sum_range)). For example, in A1 I use a data list created from data elsewhere on the spreadsheet. In the data I created elsewhere, there are 2 columns being used. The 1st column is the information that is being used to create the list and the second column contains specific values (number or text). In the dropdown menu I select an available value (text or number) . When I have selected that value I would like cell A2 to show what the cell directly to the right of it shows from the data I have elsewhere in the spreadsheet as mentioned. I have tried the SUMIF function however it seems to exclude certain values (number or text) and I am not sure what else to use.

I'm looking for a formula to help me handle dynamic sums. On worksheet 'A' I have 12 columns, the 12 months of the year. The rows are filled with expenses and the last row sums up the expenses for each month. In a different worksheet I want to present man info, but dynamically.

So if the first month is the start of a project, and it's the third month now, I would like to sum up the total expenses of months 1 and 2. If it's the fourth month now, I would like to sum up months 1,2 and 3.

I'm using a cell on the man info worksheet to store the number of months gone by.

I'm trying to create a sumif formula that finds the column the information is in that it needs to sum. I have attached a copy of the file I'm trying to create a formula to get results that I want.

Generally you would normally use the "=SUMIF(range,criteria,sumrange)". I was wondering if there was a formula I can substitute "sumrange" to also search a range of data (Eg: "G16:DA28"). I need the range to be dynamic as the column to be sum can change based on the criteria/option button being selected from the product category. I assume there is an indirect function involved, but I am not familiar with it. If you have a better and less complicated formula please suggest.

I'm trying to use the Sumif formula when the "Sum_range" parameter is dynamic. I can identify the column number (by using "match" formula) but I have no idea how to use this information as a parameter in my SUMIF.

I have a list of codes from which I'm trying to extract all unique entries.

For example, col A has 001, 001, 002, 003, 003, 003, 004, ...

I'm trying to create a report template with formulas that reference col A and return a single unique entry for each code so that the new column has only 001, 002, 003, 004.

Essentially, the codes reference customers. A customer can have multiple purchases -- but I'm trying to create a report in which I can utilize SumIf formulas to Sum the purchases for each customer and represent those purchases on a single line per customer code.

The catch is that the purchases change monthly (i.e., next month the purchases may be 001, 002, 002, 002, 004) so my report template needs to have the flexibility to adapt without me rewriting the SumIf formulas and return SumIf results for only customers 001, 002, 004. Whereas in the prior month, the report returned SumIf results for customers 001, 002, 003, 004.

I have a range which will change in size & in content, & I want this to be a Named Range at whatever size it is.

Reason I want to is because I want to make a Validation List with this dynamic range. I also want a Validation list which lists the content of 2 or more dynamic ranges which may or may not be on the same worksheet - is this possible?

i.e. First dynamic range: called "Milestones" at A11 Second dynamic range: called "Activities" at A25 & make a Validation list that will list content of both

I have a simple sumif formula that says =SUMIF(W61:W112,"<30",J61:J112). In column W, there are values ranging from 0 to 5000. If the formula is written like it is above, it excludes summing values from column J when the cell in column W equals 0. Why is this? I can just add another function that says sumif "=0", but I don't think I should have to.

I'm looking to build a football data sheet on matches played with a column that adds up the last 3 match goals for the team in that row. I've only managed to get as far as adding up all goals for a team in a static date range using SUMIF. I imagine this is more complex and requires some kind of changing sum range that's relative to the cell I'm in.

I'm intermediate at best so any array formulas and VB script would preferred to be avoided if possible.

in the watered down example below, I'd like to add up all home team goals for Hereford in the last 3 matches, therefore excluding the game on the 10th (row 1) giving a total of 5. I'd like this formula to copy down from a13 to future matches and therefore update. So the next week's match will add goals for hereford from e13,e11,e8 but exclude e2, e5. Yes you've guessed it... I'm trying to work out recent team form to predict match outcomes for financial gain...

I have a column of data that keeps getting new information in it. what i need is a named range that i can use for a chart, first point in the named range will be the first value in the column, second point will be avg. of point 1 and 2, then 3rd point will be avg. of 1,2,3 etc.

I was hoping that then when i go to data > Pivot table and it asks for the range i could put =Data but it tells me that the range is invalid. I have attached a copy at the bottom.

I have come across this SUMIF formula which sum a range and ignoring errors produced by formulas in the range, I can't figure out how this works and need the expertise of the Excel experts here. =SUMIF(A2:A9,"<1E100"). What does "<1E100" represent and how its work

My searches have not produced anything that I could apply to this situation.

I'm trying to write VBA that would:

1. Search a Workbook for Dynamic Ranges.

2. When a Dynamic Range is found the code would:

A. Determine the current coordinates for the range. B. Change the "Refers To" value From "=OFFSET...." To "=Worksheet_Name $Column$Row:$Column$Row"

3. Save Changes.

4. Close File.

My apologies but I have very little experience in writing VBA. I understand about variables, arguments, and IF/THEN but just enough to use functions within Excel.

I'm trying to built a range to be used at SUMIF. I have the sheet names at column A:A and want to create something dynamic to avoid selecting sheet by sheet all the neccesary ranges but sumif doesn't recognize a range like A1&"!"&B:B for example. I tried different ways but I can't get it!

How do I sumif the date falls between two dates in a quarter.

For example Date of Activity - CellBG43 = 10/10/2008

I want to sum the corresponding Cell BJ43 with cost associated with the activity if the date falls between "01/10/2008"and "31/12/2008". I tried =sumif(BG43,">=01/10/2008 and <=31/12/2008",BJ43), =sumif(BG43,">=01/10/2008 & <=31/12/2008",BJ43) and it didn't work.

I have a large spreadsheet, to which I add 4 weeks worth of data, from a database printout, (cut n paste) to the bottom, this could be any number of rows. However there is a column with week numbers in for each row. I can happily use =SUMIF('FORM R60'!$H$1:$H$1248,$A1,'FORM R60'!$AH$1:$AH$1248)

This gives me the info I need on a TOTALS sheet, across various columns and rows, where the formula sits, adjusted for whichever column of data I require totals. This info is then read by another spreadsheet.

However, rather than manually change the formula (to suit a range) to add certain numbers of weeks, as I do now, I would like to include in the formula a condition say where the week numbers are >5 and <10, preferably if the condition could refer to cells.

At the moment I have the below formula that retrieves a value from a separate sheet (the INDIRECT part of the formula determines the sheet to be looked at, as there are numerous and they are dependent upon what is displayed in two drop down lists in cells B3 & E3).

The problem is that the ranges F6:F30000, AJ6:AJ30000 and AA6:AA30000 are not always consistently in the same column position each and every time I receive a refresh of the report. The column headings, however, are always in the same row. Obviously I don't want to have to manually update the formula every time I receive a refresh of the report, so any way that I can get the aforementioned ranges to become more dynamic, so that the correct value will be retrieved each time? I am thinking something like an INDEX/MATCH combo but I am struggling to apply that idea to the 'SUM RANGE' section of the SUMIF function. This is the formula I have so far:

I have data headings in A1-E1 and actual data in A2-E2. I have a SUMIF function in F2.

A B C D E F A B A B B 1 2 3 4 5 =SUMIF(A1:E1;"A";A2:E2)

When I insert new data columns between column E and F, the formula still refers to columns A-E although I would like to have the newly added columns in that SUMIF-function included.

For example, if I add 3 new columns, the new SUMIF-function (now in cell I2) should become =SUMIF(A1:H1;"A";A2:H2).

I have an example, see attached. I am trying to find the sum of a number of columns where the critera is between a number of days ie values is greater than 365 but less than 1788 days. The values to sum is the amount for each row where this criteria is met.

Basically the sheet 'transfers' has a column named type and one named in/out, the current formula I have does a logical test on both of these and then if they are both true takes the cost of it from a column named cost. This works fine for single rows. However on another sheet I am trying to use the above formula but there will sometimes be more than one entry for the same date on the sheet 'transfers' and all the same dates that meet the logical test's conditions need to display the sum of the cost on this other sheet.

I am trying to get a SUMIF formula to work where the following: - RANGE = Column N:N (These are all a list of dates) CRITERIA = Cell C20:D20 (These are the dates i want to look at) SUM_RANGE = Column P:P

Basically, I want to SUM all the numbers on Column P where the date in Column N falls between and including the dates in Cell C20 and D20

In attachement, I want to show in the YELLOW cells the SUM of Column P where the Date in Column N is between the Dates in column C and D.

I am working on a report for work with the following formula:

=SUMIF(A5:G8,AND(between 1-1-13 and 1-31-13,"soft cost"),G5:G8)

my formula is "IF A5:G8 IS BETWEEN JANUARY 1st 2013 AND JANUARY 31st 2013 AND ALSO IF IT IS A SOFT COST THEN GIVE ME THE SUM OF THAT ROW"

Pretty much column A contains different dates and column C indicates whether a cost is a "hard cost" or a "soft cost". If the date is within the month of January AND if it is a soft cost, I need the dollar amount in column G summed-up (must meet both criteria - January and soft cost).

Im Trying to use a formula of countif or sumproduct

so the formula will read the range of cells from A2:A30 to see if the word Hydro is in any of those cells, then if the date range from Cell B2:B30 is from range =>Dec-01-2007 to =<Dec-31-2007, then it will count 1.

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But this formula doest count.

I've tried using a multiple if count if with arrays and sumproduct. I really want it to count the ammount of time the work hydro is used during the month on december .

I want the numbers to give me a sum total if a cell that is not in the row contains an "x". Row of number from A1:A5 each cell has the number 1 in the cell. if there is a x in cell A2 i would like to get the sum of the numbers in A1:A5 in cell A3.

was trying =SUMIF(A2,"x",A1:E1) this is the formula in cell A3

I am expecting the result of 5, this formula returns the value of 1 since there is only 1 x in cell A2.

I'm trying to sum a varying range of cells based on conditions in another column. right now im trying =SUMIF(B:B, "Active", C4:C10)

The number it is returning is not correct and I'm not sure whats wrong. Also, is there a way to allow the range of cells to vary? Like if I wanted to insert a row and have it included in the sum.