I'm trying to do here is if a layaway has been paid off then there will be a tax amount in column C. IF there is tax in column C and column A has the word layaway (or the word way) in it then I need to find out how much the total of the layaway $ amount was. Meaning, to figure out how much the tax is for.
If the text in Column A contains the word way AND column C contains a $ amount then return the amount that the tax would be for. Of course this would be an accumulated amount for all of column C. So, if Layaway is in column A and $3.13 amount is in column C then it will return $50.00 as the original selling price. Tax here is .0625 %.
in colum A i have a list of dates, in colum B i have a list of amounts. what i need to get is the sum of the amounts where the dates in colum A are between the dates in cells C1 & D1. Tries sum producst but all I get is the total sum of colum B irrelevant of the date!
THis works with or without the 2nd condtion, but I thouht the "greater than 0" bit would eliminate the inclusion of 0's; however, the same #DIV/0 error occurs with or w/out that ">0" condtion as the 1st OR 2nd argument.
I speculated that b/c the final argument was dividing each paid of cells in either range instead of a typical sum, this caused the divisor error.
I am using the SUMIF formula to sum all the cells that meet a certain criteria and at the moment, this works fine. Now I want to extend the criteria to 2(3 later) conditions. I've read that the SUMIF function only handles 1 criteria. Is this correct? If so should I use SUMPRODUCT or DSUM? I eventually will have to check about 2000 cells in a workbook. Sample work book attached: where I need to total the price of all the items that are shoes and are red in colour. A pivot table beckons in the future, but for now I need this in a workbook format.
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.
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 have 3 relevant columns, A, B and C with 999 rows -Column A is a status indicator "Yes" or "No" are the only options -Coumn B a list of vendor names, which requires the wildcard example:"*Verizon*" -Column C is the data range that needs to be summed
Right now i have this: =SUMPRODUCT(--(A2:A999="No"),--(B2:B999="*VERIZON*"),C2:C999)
But, it seems sumproduct does not allow wildcard matches within it's "--" arrays. I am willing to try something else if possible, but I lack the excel knowledge to answer this myself.
I have a set of data as attached where the productivity of each staff is recorded on a daily basis.However, the cell in which their name is located on each tab of the day of the month might not be the same. I am thankful that the forum actually provided me with the formula located in cell c15.
1)However, I would appreciate if someone could translate what the formula means as I am not so sure what the formula represents.
2)The reason is I would like to calculate how many training days (TR), Medical Leave(ML) and Emergency Leave(EL) for the month of January for each staff.I tried modifying the formula but it didnt work.
3) Is it possible to use a vlookup function for this solution?
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.
The problem I am having is that the sumproduct and offset funtions used to ignore hidden rows are considered "volatile" and force a recalculation. Moreover, I have this fomula pasted 100+ times and this dramatically slows things down even when I turn autocalculate off. Is there another way to accomplish a sumif with a user defined custom function in VB? I really need to have the ability to do a sumif that ignores hidden rows and is not dramatically slow.
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 have many kitchens using the same recipes. I need to distill information down until I've got a summary of how much is being made. Uploaded is a condensed version of the point in the process I'm having difficulty with. This workbook will pull information from 8 other workbooks and give me excatly what everyone made on any weekday.
And from there, with the kind help of this forum, I figured out how to do a SUMIF based on the recipe number. And it summed up all instances of 'Recipe X' being used. However, it continues to SUMIF itself all the way down the page... which is good, because of how recipes are chosen for each kitchen. However, I only need to report one instance of each recipe.
In the uploaded example (and I apologize for the colorful sheet, but it helped me double check what I was working on.) ... I only need to report the PURPLE results elsewhere... the first instance of each SUMIF.