# Sum A Column When The Quantities Meet Two Criteria

May 28, 2009I need to sum a column when the quantities meet two criteria. The name in one column, and the date in another column. Probably an easy formula, but new at this and having trouble.

I need to sum a column when the quantities meet two criteria. The name in one column, and the date in another column. Probably an easy formula, but new at this and having trouble.

How can u use sumifs to meet 2 critera and then sum the one column..

=SUMIFS('[South Pac Load Tracker - MAR14.xlsm]SPECIALS TEAM NZ'!$M$8:$M$100000,'[South Pac Load Tracker - MAR14.xlsm]SPECIALS TEAM NZ'!$C$8:$C$100000,B5,'[South Pac Load Tracker - MAR14.xlsm]SPECIALS TEAM NZ'!$B8:$B100000,$A$2)

That is the formula i used and it worked, yet when i try to use it for other names (where b5 would be) the numbers skew and do whatever they want..

I just want to sum all of the values in M:M which have B5 or "fiona" in columns C:C and also match the date from B:B with A2.

I believe ive done it right and as i say it does work with the first name in b5 but when i pull the formula down it doesnt work anymore...

I have a filtered list of data expanded to "all" in each column. One column is "percentile" (25%, 50%, 75%, etc).

Search down the "percentile" column until you encounter 25% as an entry, then sum a number in the same row from a different column with each 25% entry you find.

I'm developing a spreadsheet for a nonprofit that provides feedback on their major fundraiser/auction. I'm trying to create a formula in a cell that will look at the bidder #'s in column B and add the value of the their purchased items found in column C and return the number of the bidder that has the largest total value of purchases.

This can be done with a pivot table and give a table of all bidders, their total amount paid for items, and the number of items purchased.

I am trying to conditionally format cells in column I (named range of ETID).

I want the cell to change shading if the cells do NOT meet this criteria:

Whole Number10 digitsstart with '0' or '1'I have this but it isn't working:

=AND(OR(LEFT($i2,1)="0",(LEFT($i2,1),1)="1"),OR(LEN($I2)<>10,($I2)<>""))

I am trying to use COUNTIF formula to count how many item in a column that meet certain criteria, say between 10 and 20...

=COUNTIF(G1:G100,"AND(>10,<20)")

need a formula to calculate the total number of x's in one column (column B, C, E are training types= x) where the corresponding column date falls within a date range. It’s to total each type of training done for each month. I have 3 training type columns and a cell that calculates the total number of trainings for the each month:=COUNTIF(F2:F100,">="&DATE(2008,2,1))-COUNTIF(F3:F200,">="&DATE(2008,2,31)).

So now I just need it broken down by training type per month. How many x's in each column for February as an example.

I have a table with 3 columns with an unkown number of rows (text, date, date) that is being imported daily.

I want to create a 4th column with dates starting from today and each subsequent row be one day earlier. I want to look at 30 previous days.

I then want to count the number of rows (looking at column 1-3) with the following criteria:

Countif column2<= "date in colum4" AND column3< "date in column4"

I have a spreadsheet that is set out to look similar to a MS Project plan, with dates across the top, users in column A and Assignments in column B. In the corresponding cell that matches the user, date and assignment they will enter the number of hours they anticipate working on the assignment.

I then have a summary sheet that covers all assignments, week ending dates and users. I want to be able to calculate the hours and copy it into the cell in the summary sheet that matches the Day, User and Assignment. I have tried using SUMIF, but this requires the criteria cells to all be in columns, but with this sheet the dates are in a row.

I have built the following code which should look through a data sheet and then work out the instances where it meets the following criterias:

= "Client A"

= "First letter of surname is "a"

The code is as follows:

Public rowcn

Sub compare()

Dim rngTemp As Range

Dim intCounter As Integer

loop_col = "Client A"

data_sheet = "Data"

target_sheet = "Summary"

rowcn = 2

Do.............................

I need to count the number of occurances that meet two criteria i.e.,

Status needs to be UNSOLD

Size needs to be =>10.5 and also <12.5

Dress

Status

Size

1

UNSOLD

9

2

10.5

3

12.5

4

UNSOLD

12

5

15

Aim - Extract every word after: and before , and put them in the appropriate headings

I have attached my desired results in column B - E. To calculate the answer, the heading of the tile is normally just before the : Meaning the Answer is after the : and before the ,

On the attached example i would like a formula in F2 which sums all the values where column equals "Smith" and column B equals "Golf European". I'm assuming it would involve the SumIf formula but i'm not sure if this is the best solution when the criteria is in two columns?

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Here is the formula/function I'm using:

=(COUNTA(C2:C26))/COUNTIF($B$2:$B$26,"YES")

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I need a formula that will tell me if EITHER two cells = a text word. I've tried a few things and can't seem to get it to work!!!!

See in the example of my spreadsheet below: If A2 = FALSE or B2 = FALSE then D2 should display "Allowed" if either are TRUE D2 should display "Not Allowed"

Is this possible!?!?! I've tried way to many different formulas and am close to giving up..

A

B

C

D

1

Not Slow

50%

FY

Change

[Code] ........

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Range(“A1”).Select

Do Until ActiveCell = ""

If ActiveCell > 0 Then

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Else

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End If

Loop

End Sub

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Example:

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My limited Excel-o-vision has built this: (sheet 1 represented as FY10)

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- Some of the rows in column A are not tagged

- There are currently 3 tags that are valid in column B (I, S, R), but this could increase (or reduce) in the future, say to I, S, R, E

- The possible tags are contained in a named range, but don't have to be

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- There are several (up to 10) sheets like this in the workbook with lots of different calculations that are then summarised in to some analysis.

- The overall objective of the workbook is to be able to;

a) include/ exclude individual calcs for any one column

b) include/exclude a country - solved

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Here is my problem- if a station is running two different products it gets counted twice.

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Attached is an example of what I have with the formula and below that is what I am looking for

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This is the part of code relevant to filtering (i'm trying to filter on column M which is 13):

I want to put a formula in a spread sheet that if block f5 is equal to or higher than 20% of block b4 then block d3 * .0 if less than then * by .0078

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1233

1234

569

2148

3422

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A

sku

3102-0400-100000

3102-0400-200000

3102-0500-100000

3102-0500-200000

3102-0600-100000

3102-0600-200000

3102-0700-100000

3102-0700-200000

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I need to add nonblank cells (cells have text) in a column that equal the

criteria of another cell.

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I have tried the follwoing:

=SUM(IF(A2:A19=A1,IF(C3:C19="x",1,0)))

=COUNT(IF((A2:A19=A1),C2:C19))

=IF((A2:A19)=A1,COUNTIF(C2:C19,"x"))

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Find the letters 'AT' in some part of the cell and a blank cell next to it...

Doing a different formula for each, doesn't bring out the correct figure.

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The following formula was able to give me the count of cells "N/A"

=COUNTIF('Master Data'!$UA59:$ALZ59, ">0")

and this gave me a count by Month/Year

=SUMPRODUCT(--(YEAR('Master Data'!$UA3:$ALZ3)=2012),--(MONTH('Master Data'!$UA3:$ALZ3)=1))

When I tried creating one COUNTIF I was unable to get it without an error as I needed the YEAR/MONTH functions.

I need to return the values in Column A IF any of the adjacent cells (columns) contain a number.

Sample data and expected Results...

Sheet2 Â ABCDEFGHIJK1DateData1Data2Â Data3Data4Â Data5Â ResultÂ

201/01/20132Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 01/01/2013Â 302/01/201311Â Â Â Â Â Â 02/01/2013Â 403/01/2013Â 1Â Â Â Â Â Â 03/01/2013Â 504/01/2013Â Â Â

13Â Â Â 04/01/2013Â 605/01/2013 06/01/2013Â 706/01/2013Â Â Â Â

1Â Â Â 08/01/2013Â 807/01/2013Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 11/01/2013Â 908/01/2013Â Â Â Â

1Â Â Â 12/01/2013Â 1009/01/2013Â 13/01/2013Â 1110/01/2013Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 15/01/2013Â 1211/01/2013Â Â Â Â Â Â 2Â Â Â 1312/01/2013Â Â Â Â Â Â

1Â Â Â 1413/01/2013Â 1Â 1Â Â Â Â Â Â 1514/01/2013Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 1615/01/2013Â Â Â 3Â Â Â Â Â Â 17

I cannot use VBA, Advanced Filter or a Helper column, but I could use one additional cell to hold a count, so, the solution can only be a formula.

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