# Sumproduct With 2 Criteria & Wildcard

Jun 8, 2007
I have spent the last 2 1/2 hours trying to figure this one out on my own. I have attempted multiple possiblities from the forum, however without success.

Okay, I need a count based on 2 criteria. My data source is a different workbook.

My last attempt on a formula is:

=SUMPRODUCT(('[eTE Status - TX HSP Math 2009.xls]Project'!$B$2:$B$248=D2)*('[eTE Status - TX HSP Math 2009.xls]Project'!$A$2:$A$248="978*"))

Column A - ISBN #

This will ALWAYS begin with 978 or will contain N/A. There are no blank cells in this column

Column B - Grade

In the formula above, cell D2 represents the Grade criteria. And in the second part of the criteria I was trying to create a wildcard so all numbers beginning with 978. Excel "accepts" this formula with giving me an error message, but yields 0 as a result rather than 34.

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Nov 24, 2008

I'm trying to write this but it returns a 0 when I know there are 3 records that match this criteria: =SUMPRODUCT(('Invoice-Detail'!J2:J50="NewJob_Post.NET")*('Invoice-Detail'!H2:H50="KY_*")). I think the problem is in the wildcard character. I don't know if I should be using COUNTIF or SUMPRODUCT or something else?

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Aug 14, 2008

Tring to get the following spread sheet to calc column C using two criteria

Criteria 1 Column D must contain HC Investor anywhere

Criteria 2 Column A must be less than Reimbrusement - 11

The following formula in G2 appears to have an error in criteria 1 ....

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Jun 15, 2009

I am having great difficulties in finishing this formula off.

It is a sumproduct containg many criterias, however one of them is to only add up a certain coloumn if another column begins with L&L...

The coloumd contains L&L and a number, but the number changes so i need the number to be a wildcard. I have tried ="L&L???" but this does not work.

=-SUMPRODUCT((Catagory="STK Retail")*(MONTH(Inv_Date)=3)*(YEAR(Inv_Date)=2008)*(How"Account")*(Order="L&L???")*(Stock))

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Feb 20, 2014

Here is what I have so far:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Red",A9:A56))),B9:B56,L9:L56)/SUMPRODUCT(--(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Red",A9:A56))),B9:B56)

So in column A is the text string i.e Big Red Chiquita Apple

Column B is the dollar value

Column C is another variable.

If I want to find "Red" and "Apple" ONLY within same cell. What would be my best bet?

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Jul 30, 2008

Sumproduct formula with selection criteria of "A", "B"... in the first column and numeric values in the next colum. The selection is controled by a List where the user can choose "A", "B", ... ,or "ALL". What wildcard-type (pseudo) is needed to select all values when "ALL" is chosen?

I'm using Sumproduct because there is other selection criteria, but it should not impact this part of the formula.

Example: Sumproduct((A1:A100=X1)*(B1:B100)) , where A=selection aray, B=numeric value, X1=corresponding list selection to A

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Aug 19, 2008

I am having problem filtering out criteria by putting together a sumproduct formula. I would want to use wildcard to populate 2 criteria from the data sheet, they are "Ducted Evaporative Cooler Single Stage 1 Tier" and "Ducted Evaporative Cooler Single Stage X-1 Tier". In my formula, I have used a wildcard "Ducted Evaporative * 1 Tier*" for the prior and "Ducted Evaporative * X-1 Tier*" for the later. I would like to know whether by checking my formula that i am using....

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Feb 2, 2010

Wildcard characters okay in countdiff and sumproduct? .......

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Oct 5, 2009

I have a worksheet report that counts question answers filtered by facility, date range and case manager. I use Data Validation "List" criteria to make the in-cell drop-down lists for the criteria of the variable values. For most of them the selected value works fine, but for the case manager drop-down I need a value in the list, other than the peoples names, to represent "All" or be a wildcard and include all values in the selection. Here is the formula:

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Mar 12, 2013

I am trying to autofilter more than 2 criteria, for example 3 criteria.

Below code works fine as the criteria are exact match strings

VB:

ActiveSheet.Range("$A$1:$O$25").AutoFilter Field:=7, Criteria1:=Array( _

"=apple", "=orange", "=grape"), Operator:=xlFilterValues

However below code does not work when the criteria are strings with wildcard "*"

VB:

ActiveSheet.Range("$A$1:$O$25").AutoFilter Field:=7, Criteria1:=Array( _

"=*apple*", "=*orange*", "=*grape*"), Operator:=xlFilterValues

I need a wildcard * indicating strings contains instead of exact match the criteria.

Data looks like this

Fruits

apple, orange, peach

orange, strawberry

banana, peach

grape, peach

After autofilter, any rows that contains one of the criteria(in this case orange, apple, grape) will remain.

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Dec 4, 2006

I have attached a report I do monthly, a duplicate ticket report.

I am able to work out the duplicate tickets and parent tickets but

I need a formula to do 1 more task.

I need to check all the duplicates in A:A and also the assignment group in K:K.

If the ticket is a duplicate and the assignment group is nz - dms* i need it to count these.

Probably simple but Im still pretty new to all this. I came up with the following but its obviously wrong or I wouldn't be here.

COUNTIF(AND('Duplicate Calls for'!A:A,"Duplicate"),('Duplicate Calls for'!K:K,"dms - nz*))

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Apr 10, 2008

My goal is for any of my team members to be able to use a macro to delete all of the unwanted text from a fairly large worksheet and only show their specific information. I created it for myself and posted a slimmed down version of it below. Instead of the macro deleting any rows that do not have BRANDON SCOTT in column D, I want a pop up box to enter your name, and then any rows that do not have your name in column D will be deleted. I’m sure it is something simple, but I have not been able to find another forum with this information.

Sub MyTeam2()

With Columns("D")

. AutoFilter field:=1, Criteria1:="<>BRANDON SCOTT*"

.Resize(Rows.Count - 1).Offset(1).EntireRow.Delete

.AutoFilter

End With

End Sub

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Apr 28, 2014

I'm having a hard time making this maro work in Excel 2010.

I need it to filter out the items "AR", "BATCH", and the line of "Total:*" where the * is a total amount of any given number dependant on the day.

Below is the coding I have that Excel is not liking.

Sub FilterAccurateRawData()

'

' FilterAccurateRawData Macro

'

'

Rows("1:1").Select

Selection.AutoFilter

ActiveSheet.Range("$A$1:$AA$45415").AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:=Array("<>AR", "<>BATCH", "<>Total:*")

Operator:=xlFilterValues

Sheets("Instructions").Select

Range("A9").Select

End Sub

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Feb 9, 2006

I should be able to do this by now but I keep getting an #NA error. I am

trying to use this sumproduct formula

=SUMPRODUCT(($I$7:$I$2585=921),--($L$7:$L$2585="Fb")--(AS7:AS2585)) where I

am looking up store #"921" and Attribute "fb and sum where these two criteria

meet. The column I want to sum is AS7:As285. What am I doing wrong.

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Jan 24, 2007

In Column A1:A20, these are included 5 types of data (red, orange, yellow, green, blue); in column B1:B20, these are included the total salary amount, and in column C1:C:20, these are included "Sole" , "Joint" or "Partnership", so if column A is included red/yellow/green (excluding orange and blue) and column C is included Sole/joint/Partenship, and total salary is between 6000 and 9000, then calculate the total salary of all the customers. How can I use sumproduct function to fix it?

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Jun 3, 2014

I am trying to match 3 values, and return a matching 4th from a chart. It will first look at one value and see if it falls between values (the LOAD value in cell B1..it will look to see if it falls between the "low limit" and "high limit" in columns A10 to A135 and C10 to C135, respectively. Then it will look for a match for the values in cell A2, and in cell A3. the return value will index to the corresponding value in column G10 to G135. I have written a formula to do this in cell D2....but it will only ever return the value in cell G10.

See the attached excel file : nozzle tester.xlsx

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Jan 21, 2014

I am looking around any way wherein I can sumproduct the values as given in attached sheet, basically I wanted to know the total MRP value of Sale and Stock

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Jun 20, 2014

I'm working on a spreadsheet at work and I'm trying to sum only the values in a column that meet criteria in the column next to it. For example, in the attached spreadsheet, I would like to have a totals line at the bottom of the spreadsheet for all three Facilities and the total next to them. I know I could do a pivot table but I know this approach would be more aesthetic and easier for my supervisor.

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Jul 15, 2014

Looking to troubleshoot using a name range in a multiple criteria sumproduct formula.

For instance, this formulas works fine:

[Code]......

But, when I try to substitute the two-alpha codes as a defined name range ("keys"), it errors as "N/A":

[Code].....

An example workbook is attached : Example Workbook.xlsx

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Jul 17, 2009

I am stuck - I have a large amount of data for a group of physicians I work for. I am trying to set up a monthly trend report to be able to run quickly after I plug in the data. I want to use some sort of lookup to look up two things - 1) the physician's specialty and 2) the month.

Can anyone look at the attached example and tell me how to do this? I have started a SUMPRODUCT formula, but am stuck on how to tell it to find only that month's data.

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Mar 10, 2013

ID, Name, Point, Session

1111, Viking, 5, 1

2222, John, 6, 1

1111, Viking, 10, 2

What's the formula to get the Point cell value with criteria ID = "1111" and "Session = 2" ? In this case, it will return me the value of Point = 10

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Oct 26, 2009

I have the following sumproduct formula that's providing solid results but I would like to add a 3rd column of criteria. I'v tired with little succes.

The following formula <=SUMPRODUCT(('IW 38 DUMP for Planning'!$A$1:$A$10000="2A")*('IW 38 DUMP for Planning'!$E1:$E10000={"PAA","RS","RSNR","S","SAM","SAMT","SAO","SAT","SOR","WKS"}))> totals all of the work in plant area "2A", in this case 52 records. I would like it to filter further with values in $H1:$H1000 matching criteria "CONTRACT", "MACH" OR "HTSMET".

The data is easy to find with pivot tables but I would like to take that manual step out of the reporting being doen from these records.

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Jan 9, 2012

I am trying to get this sumproduct to work that will exclude two criteria:

1) If there is an error in the sum range (Y5:Y1000)

2) If right(H5,5)= D5& "Total"

This is the formula I have, but I'm not sure how to get the first criteria to work well, or how to get two exclusion criteria to work.

SUMPRODUCT(--($H$5:$H$1000=$D5&" Total"),--(ISERROR($Y$5:$Y$1000)),$Y$5:$Y$1000,$Q$5:$Q$1000)

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Feb 22, 2012

I was wondering if I could use a range of cells as my criteria as opposed to inserting quotation marks with each criteria. For example in the syntax below can I do something like this? Report!$C$3:$C$5000=B45:B51?

=SUMPRODUCT((Report!$A$3:$A$5000="XXX")*(Report!$C$3:$C$5000=???)*(Report!$E$3:$E$5000))

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Oct 30, 2007

I have the following sumproduct formula which looks in one column to search for a series of dates (greater than one date and less than another date). It then looks in column O to see if there are certain criteria if the date criteria is met. The problem is I have a lot of blank cells in column O which need to be captured.

I have this:

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Raw Data'!$B$2:$B$50000>=$H$2+0)*('Raw Data'!$B$2:$B$50000

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Jan 19, 2009

I need to add amounts in column B, based on column A’s account numbers, so I want to add only account numbers, say 17101 & 17201 and nothing else.

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Jan 30, 2009

I'm trying to create a budget worksheet that pulls actual data from another sheet within the file for comparison (Budget vs. Actual). There are two criteria: 1) the actual transaction falls into the same category of transaction as the budget line item (e.g., mortgage payment) and 2) the date of the actual transaction matches the month in the budget (e.g., a January or March transaction isn't pulled into the actual data for February budget information). From there, I'd like it to sum any charges or reduce by any deposits for those given criteria.

I've tried numerous things from DSUM, to SUMIF with IF, to SUMPRODUCT.

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Apr 28, 2009

I received an answer to my original question and now have a new question but I wanted to reference my original for the history. I posted my new question at the end of my original thread.

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Apr 12, 2006

SUMIF allows one to enter a [valid] criteria text string into cell D2, say

">14000", and then reference D2 as the function criteria, e.g.,

=SUMIF(B5:B10,D2,C5:C10).

Is there a syntax that SUMPRODUCT will accept that does the same thing? Note the inclusion of a comparison operator is important.

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Dec 26, 2013

I have a sumproduct formula based on some criteria, but I don't know how add another criteria wherein I need to exclude in the count if the date in column F is 1/1/2009

Attached excel file for reference. LE26dec.xlsx

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