I'm trying to return a value from a data dump based on 2 seperate criteria, 1 being the name of a person and the other being the name of an activity. Is there any way of using an array and the SUMIF function to do this?

I've attached a sample workbook to show what I am trying to do. I would like the formula to say "if Sheet2!A:A is "MON" and if Sheet2!R:R matches Sheet3!A:A, and if Sheet2!I:I doesn't match any of the values from Sheet1L:L, then I'd like the sum of Sheet2!F:F. It seems pretty simple but I've tried a million different variations of SUMIFS, SUMIF, IF, AND, etc. and I can't figure it out.

I have saved this on a 2010 workbook as I am at home but this will be used on a 2003 workbook.

I have several projects on one spreadsheet which multiple users will be working and I am trying to create a summary sheet of the work carried out.

Each user is expected to carry out a task on each row of the data held in each worksheet (research, call, update etc) and each task (Option 1-5) is assigned a value. Each user is expected to meet a certain level of points per day to calculate productivity.

I am looking for a sumproduct along the lines of the summary sheet attached but mine just takes one sheet into consideration and I need one for all sheets.

I'm trying to create an overview which shows a breakdown of the total minutes for each task on each given day.

I need to get a formula to work in the grey area which sums the total minutes (column C) based on matching two criteras of task (column A) and day (column b).

Im tryng to do a SUMIF formula that has several criteria as answer but using the concatenate formula, but it doesnt seem to come back with the answer - im using AND/OR formula aswell, but have a feeling im doing it wrong.

It does work when i use the single concatenate, but not when i try a do more than one

Sumif formula. I need to somehow put a loop on the criteria or something...

The formula is sumif(range, criteria, sum range). The problem I am having is that I have about 20 criteria to select, and sumif is designed for one criteria. I know that I can type the exact same formaula in and have something like this...

This is OK for a few variables but some formulas have multiple criteria in excess of 15-20. the other thing is that the criteria list will grow over time as more variable are added, and instead of changing the formulas throughout the spreadsheet, I would like to have a big range that I can slowly fill up as I go along

The ideal situation would be if I could put a range in ( ie A6:A30) and then when I get a new criteria I just add it to this range. This will make administration eaaseier by giving me one location to update data.

I will show you an example.. I want to calculate the amount of petrol I use based on three criteria - BP, Shell, Caltex ( the criteria being petrol stations that come up on my bill).

Column A/ B / C/ D Row / description / Amount/Variables 1 / Shell Petrol / $10/Shell 2 / Cat Food/$13/BP 3 / BP Store/$24 / Caltex 4 / Dog Food/$23 5/Shell Petrol / $98 6/Caltex Petrol/$31 7/BP stuff/$30 8/Shell Store/$70

If I could somehow get the formula to choose the whole column D as the criteria range and get the 'sum if' to somehow loop so it goes down the d column and does the same calculation, but just changes the criteria variable each time, then instead of changing the formula, I could just add to the D column each time I had a new criteria I wanted to check.

I looked into DSUM and Pivot Tables. DSUM seems to work well with numbers, not variables and Pivot tables did my head in, especially seeing I know that there is a way to do this in a formula based way..

I have a column which lists total spend by vendor. I am using the sumif formulae to sum spend in certain categories, for example spend greater than £500,000. I would like to use two criteria, for example greater than £300,00 but less than £499,999. I am also using countif to get the number of vendors in each range of spend. How do I adapt my current code of "=SUMIF(D2:D1463,">300000",D2:D1463)" to look at greater than £300,000 but less than £499,999. I'm sure this is simple but like most things only simple if you know how.

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.

I'm trying to create a SUMIF statement that that has an embedded OR statement within, and am unable to make it work.

Basically I want to say if "column Q" equals one of 2 criteria ("cat" or "dog") then sum the corresponding number in "column P" I've tried the following statement, but it is just resulting in a zero:

=SUMIF(Q9:Q32792,OR("cat","dog"),P9:P32792)

I've seen support on statements with multiple criteria in DIFFERENT columns, but not if searching for multiple criteria in the SAME column.

I have a table in A2:F200 and want to sum the entries in column C for those rows containing both an F in column E and an L in column F. I thought this would be easy but I cannot figure it out.

How many tickets are created and fixed by a user for a certain period. See below. I've tried countif but it doesn't seem to be working for many criteria.

TRANS_Cost = B:B on FEB tab TRANS_Cat1 = C:C on FEB tab TRANS_Cat2 = D:D on FEB tab CAT_Main3 = "Everyday_Expenses" TRANS_Status = E:E

In short the formula adds the total cost of anything 'tagged' as Everyday_expenses, computer items, paid. I want to adapt it so that it takes the value from a defined cell such as Month, so that data can be pulled by month.

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?

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 am looking for a way of creating the following conditioned concatenation.

I have two tables, let's call them "summary" and "detailed".

The "detailed" table is something like the following:

ID VOL

001 01

001 05

[code]....

The "summary" table below gets info from the "detailed" table. The 'ID'is now unique. I'm looking for a formula on the 'VOL (concatenated)' column cells it should get all rows from the "detailed" table with the same ID and then concatenate the 'VOL' column results, comma separated:

ID (unique) VOL (concatenated)

001 V01, V03, V05

002 V01, V04

003 V06

PS: I have people using this table with office 2003, so compatibility is necessary...

I have looked and looked for how to use a wildcard with SUMIF (SUMPRODUCT, etc) to sum all numbers that start with 40, but I can not find the solutions to what seems like an easy problem with excel 2003.

I need to perform 2 SUMIF's on 2 columns of data to return a result and I'm not quite sure the best way of doing this. I'll give an example below.

I have 2 columns of data, both numeric and the SUMIF needs to say if H1:H100="10" and also if J1:J100="907". I can perform one or the other but not both.

I am trying to take a census by date and name for every half-hour using the attached data. So for example, I would like to know how many people Roger had that walked-in and walked-out for each date on the spreadsheet and during what hours. The census would be every half-hour and not double count times. I could actually deal with just the min and max time for the day (by date and name) and having some indicator (say a one or an X) in the cells when Roger had at least someone anytime between walk-in and walk-out. It's kind of like getting a "time worked" based on the data that's provided to me. So I know how many hours Roger worked by day.

Im using a formula to identify a job description then add up the quantity which works fine. =SUMIF(Master!A1:A10,"Bread",Master!C1:C10) But my problem is, I have a second description in column 'B' for example called 'White'. I've been trying to get the formula to look at column A & B and if they match criteria in formula, then add up C. But can't seem to get it to work with the second criteria.

I have a workbook with several different worksheets. I am attempting to pull data from a worksheet, I will name it sheet1. Sheet1 has 6 columns. The data I am interested in is in B and F. Column B has account numbers ranging from 1 - 1,000,000 and column F has the total account balances. What I am attempting to do is to sum the data in F that falls between a criteria in B. For example I want the sum of F that correspond to accounts 4999 thru 7555.

I have tried several variations of the same formula from my online search and am still unable to get it to work properly. I have tried using ">=4999" "<=7555" and I cannot get it to work properly. It seems fairly straight forward, but I am perplexed as to what I am doing wrong.