# Sumproduct..?

Jul 11, 2009I have the following formula:

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I have the following formula's:

SUMPRODUCT(($O$9:$O$259="Active")+0)+SUMPRODUCT(($O$9:$O$259="Clearing Tmrw")+0) and

SUMPRODUCT(--($O$9:$O$259="Active"),$B$9:$B$259)+SUMPRODUCT(--($O$9:$O$259="Clearing Tmrw"),$B$9:$B$259) and

SUMPRODUCT(--(YEAR($A$9:$A$259)=$E$4)*($O$9:$O$259="Active"),$B$9:$B$259)+SUMPRODUCT(--(YEAR($A$9:$A$259)=$E$4)*($O$9:$O$259="Clearing Tmrw"),$B$9:$B$259)

My spreadsheet A1 to Q7 are where the headers and above formula's are and row 8 is hidden and has other formula's in (col C,M,N,O,P & Q)

The User then clicks the insert row macro which inserts a blank row (with row 8 formaules) into row 9.

However, the above formula's then change from 9 to 10 therefore, not picking up all the amounts.

Can anyone help me so that the formulas continue from row 9 ?

I have a spreadsheet in which I am using SUMPRODUCT. As you can see from the attachment, on the "Breakout by PIpeline" tab, Columns C, D & F are working perfect. However, Column B & E are duplicates of C & D - just wanting to pull the volume from the "Detail" tab instead of the dollars...and I keep getting the #VALUE! error.

I have tried formatting the Volume column differently - and even multipling the data times -1 and then pasting back in.....

How to add another sum to this formula?

this is the formula i have at the moment

=SUMPRODUCT(--($AA$21:$AA$6376

Here's my question.

jan- feb- mar- apr- may

rep a 1 1 2 5 1

rep b 1 2 7 7 7

rep c 5 5 1 2 2

rep d 1 1 1 1 1

rep e 2 2 2 2 2

rep f 1 2 3 4 5

rep g 0 0 0 7 9

date date

March May

How do I set it up so that I will have two cells that will contain a month. Once the 2 months are selected it will give me the total for each rep during that time period? Do I use sumproduct?

I have a report with a macro that imports a .TXT file into Excel then calculates the follwing formula. For some reason, before the .TXT file is loaded the formula is fine and has no errors, then when it is run I get a "#NAME?" error. I thought it might be because the formula changed during the macro but that's not it. Examples are below.

I've looked online and tried naming the ranges, but that doesn't work. I've tried the built in help but that didn't help. I've tried making sure the analysis pak is installed but that's not it either.

I've ran out of ideas now and you guys are my last hope. Any clues...??

Before macro:

=SUM(SUMPRODUCT(--(DelDate>=6),--(Branch=$B3),--(Status"DEAL"))-SUMPRODUCT(--(DelDate>=6),--(Branch=$B3),--(Status="AWAI")))

After macro:

=SUM(SUMPRODUCT(--(DelDate>=6),--(Branch=$B3),--(Status"DEAL"))-SUMPRODUCT(--(DelDate>=6),--(Branch=$B3),--(Status="AWAI")))

=SUMPRODUCT(OR(MIS!$T$4:$T$2042>500000)*(MIS!$U$4:$U$2042>500000))*(MIS!$Z$4:$Z$2042=C2)

it is if the cell in Column T >500,000 or the cell in Column U is more than 500,000. I keep getting a value error and I can't find a way around it.

I'm working on a project on predicting future cash flows from loans we have made and have ran into a wall as i can't figure out the formula to achieve what i would like to do. I've gotten a lot of help from you guys in the past and would appreciate any help you may be able to provide for this problem. So here it goes. First, here is how i have the spreadsheet setup.....

View 9 Replies View RelatedI've got a spreadsheet that had _many_ sumproducts and calls to vba functions and when it recalculated took some time to finish, so I thought I'd group the vba function with the sumproduct to see if it was faster, but I keep getting a #Value! error. The sumproduct layout worked fine on the actual spreadsheet, so I'm sure something is lost in translation. Here is my

Function weight(Aref As Range, count As Integer, Bref As Range) As Variant

Dim i As Integer

Dim top As Integer

Dim vA() As Variant

Dim cA() As Variant

Dim vR As Range

Dim cR As Range

Dim count As Integer

count = Widgets.Rows.count

ReDim vA(count - 1)

ReDim cA(count - 1)

top = Aref.Rows.count

For i = 0 To top - 1.............................

I seem to get a sum of 0 when I use this sumproduct syntax: SUMPRODUCT(($R$77:$R$442="H")*($Q$77:$Q$442="OTE"),(D77:D442)). What am I not doing?

Below is an e.g. of my data

CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRAdmin4444440 ...

=-SUMPRODUCT((Catagory=$A26)*(MONTH(Paid_Date)=12)*

(YEAR(Paid_Date)=12)*(How="Till")*(How="Banking")*(Expenses))

This problem is I keep getting a #Value! error when I place the date section into formula. I have check to see thatthe date format is correct and as far as I can tell it is EXAMPLE: 06/12/2007

This formula did work in a nother worksheet, thus the confusion Ihave

The other issue is how to get two different text items in the "HOW" group to be True for Formula to pull requested values???

Now I am trying to build a user-defined function to use it.

It works in EXCEL but I can't get it to work in VBA

Function xxx(x,y)

Dim a, b, c As Range

a = Range("a4:a14") ' contains text

b = Range("b4:b14") ' contains text

c = Range("c4:c14") ' contains values

Range("a20") = Application.SumProduct((a = x) * (b = y) * c)

End Function

If B97:158=GL AND C97:C158=0001 THEN SUM E97:E158 OTHERWISE "0.00". I can't figure out the best formula to use.

View 2 Replies View Relatedsum with criteria. The solution was: = SUMPRODUCT(($A$7:$A$41=$A45)*($E$7:$E$41))

That was great, but, i need this every week, for a report, and not always all are in the same cells, and this formula is into a code, so the code loses sense when the week change. I tried to change the formula into a code, but it's impossible for me, although i have read all the post about it and sumproduct vba code. So, every week i use the same ranges in my code. So, for example:

A7:A41 in my code is:

Range(cells(7,1), cells(LastCell,1)

because i don't finish every week in the same row of column A

A45 is

Cells(LastCell + 4, 1)

I attach the same sheet of the other day

I am trying to arrive at the results in the yellow cells without needing the blue cells inbetween.

A sumproduct would be best but the 2nd row of blue cells has an if statement in it.

I am trying to do a sumproduct formula with hours and it is not calculating right.

Here is my current formula:

=SUMPRODUCT(([Productivity.xlsx]Occupancy!$A$2:$A$5000>=$C$1)*([Productivity.xlsx]Occupancy!$A$2:$A$5000<=$C$2)*([Productivity.xlsx]Occupancy!$B$2:$B$50ry00=$A4)*([Productivity.xlsx]Occupancy!$C$2:$C$5000))

My values in Column C that I am trying to get the sum of are:

1:24:49

:59:08

:58:46

1:39:19

1:10:08

1:13:15

1:04:23

1:43:04

1:23:55

1:48:11

1:42:41

The result of the sumproduct I am currently getting is 7824:00:00, however when I select the above values, Excel is showing it should be 13:09:45 in the status bar, which seems accurate.

I am not sure what I am missing to get this same number.

I would like to create a formula in D7 that calculates the weighted average growth for products (column A) manufactured by Bob (column B). In J5 I've inserted the expected result using a SUMPRODUCT function.

How to create a formula in D7 that will calculate from the data in B6:D6 the same result as in J5. i.e. How do I make the SUMPRODUCT function only consider data in columns C and D when Bob is the manufacturer?

I am using SUMPRODUCT to check if the word "Yes" appears in two colums andcount the number of occurances.

Many of the cells in the range evaluate to error #N/A - this is unavoidable.

As a result, SUMPRODUCT in the formula

=SUMPRODUCT(--(H12:H486)="yes")*(--(Q12:Q486)="yes") evaluates to #Value.

I have tried to error trap this using

=SUMPRODUCT(--(ISTEXT(G12:G486)="yes"))*(--(ISTEXT(P12:P486)="yes"))

But this evaluates to #N/A.

In this file I have a team in column A, in B are the relative number of games they have played, and in C the filed goal % for them in that game. The value I am trying to return the average field goal % for that team in there last 10 games. I thought the sumproduct would work but is not returning a value,

View 11 Replies View RelatedI am trying to add an additional criteria to the following sumproduct formula. The formula below works fine to add up values that are within a date range. However, I want to add values within a specified date range as well as one additional variable. The additional variable is in column G.

SUMPRODUCT(--($A$3:$A$1015>=$A1026),--($A$3:$A$1015<=$B1026),D$3:D$1015)

I'm attempting to do a sumproduct with different dimensioned ranges. I've read multiple posts that say that all ranges in a sumproduct must have the same dimensions. I've tried different commands (index/match/lookup, etc) with no luck. Perhaps someone can come up with a solution for me....

View 7 Replies View Related=((SUMPRODUCT((('Data Sheet'!$A$2:$A$997<2110000)+('Data Sheet'!$A$2:$A$997>2119999)),--(ISNUMBER(MATCH('Data Sheet'!$B$2:$B$997,{300100,302100},0))),('Data Sheet'!E$2:E$997*IF('Data Sheet'!E1<=$F$4:$G$4,1,0))

The last part of the formula is the problem, the first two arrays are conditions and the last array is a sum if f4 a period of the year is equal or less to the data sheet tab it is summing.The formula below works fine, but when the last condition is added it doesn't work.

=((SUMPRODUCT((('Data Sheet'!$A$2:$A$997<2110000)+('Data Sheet'!$A$2:$A$997>2119999)),--(ISNUMBER(MATCH('Data Sheet'!$B$2:$B$997,{300100,302100},0))),'Data Sheet'!E$2:E$997)

I need to C8 - C19 only to add up jobs won by andrew (in current orders). It needs to be month specific. what i mean by that is I need the formula to do what its doing now (adding up the jobs by and putting the totals into the according cell depending on what month they were won.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI have a worksheet where I am trying to count the number of occurences of several text strings.

For example:

I'm trying to count how many times "paid in full" and "fully paid" occur in column A.

I have two formulas, and both seem to work, but since I don't really understand either of them, I'm wondering which I should use and how I would adapt it to include additional text strings. (Like adding "paid" to the list)

Here are my formuals (I didn't write either of them, another co-worker did)

=(COUNTIF(A:A,"paid in full"))+(COUNTIF(A:A,"fully paid"))

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A50={"paid in full","fully paid"}))

Also, if there is another and easier way to do what I'm trying to do, I'd love to know.

Trying to sum values in column A, if values in column B have a range between 0-9.

or can we use less than < 9.

using Sumproduct formula

The following formula sorts for specifics in the sheet named 200910 in the specified ranges in columns A and D to return a total found in column AB. This works just fine.

=SUMPRODUCT(('200910'!$A$2:$A$1777="Countrywide")*('200910'!$D$2:$D$1777="Claims-All Products"),('200910'!AB2:AB1777))

What I am looking to do, instead of telling excel what sheet to go to, is insert this: =INDIRECT(TEXT(Y10,"yyymm")&"!ab1749") to find the matching sheet name to the date that resides in cell Y10.

These both work separately on their own to return the needed value. How do I put them into one formula without telling excel what sheet to go to (1st formula) and specifically what cell to go to (2nd formula) because the cell location may change and I want to completely automate this?

My spreadsheet tracks employee response to being called out from home to work after normal hours. On the first page (sheet name Y-T-D) is a list of names where I would like to show a count of the number of times the employee responded. Cells A6-A9 contain the employee names. Cells I5 - L5 contain the responses. There are also 12 worksheets (Jan thru Dec) which track how many times employees were called that month and their response.

The names on the monthly sheets are listed in column D. The responses on the monthly sheets are listed in column G. In cell I6, I tried: =SUMPRODUCT(('Jan:Dec'!D:D=A6)*('Jan:Dec'!G:G=I5)) and the result is #NUM!. I also tried: =SUMIF(Jan:Dec!D:D,'Y-T-D'!A6,Jan:Dec!G:G) and the result is #VALUE!

I'm trying to write a SUMPRODUCT formula (cell H2 in the attachment) that gives different outputs according to the value of another cell (H1), but the output values are incorrect. I suppose it's because the "else" value given in the IF formula won't be recognized as a formula but as a text.

View 5 Replies View RelatedI have a SumProduct formula that processes ranges of integers, and should deliver the integer answer of 504.

Instead, it delivers the answer of 503.9999999999990000000.

Is that what is meant by "volatility"?

Most of the expressions in the formula are already preceded by a SIGN function, and I was under the impression that one benefit of the SIGN function was to guard against volatility.

Anyway, here's the formula. I don't expect anyone to examine it in any great detail, but perhaps you might share some tips or tricks to prevent the volatility of the result:

I have the following forumla: =SUMPRODUCT(($C$13:$F$74>0)*1)

I need this formula to compute only if B13:B74=A4. I am not too sure how to add this in.

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