From: RAK on 4 Jun 2010 10:38 My SUMIFS formula was "accepted" but the result is 0.0 even though there are numbers to add. What can the problem be? The formula is =SUMIFS(AN3:AN997,C3:C997,"ARC",D3:D997,"EOC") I want the total form column AN when column C is ARC and when column D is EOC From: steve on 4 Jun 2010 10:57 That formula works for me, is your column AN formated as text Regards Steve "RAK" wrote in message news:22661F6F-4EB1-4857-AFE4-C6FE0496C814(a)microsoft.com...> My SUMIFS formula was "accepted" but the result is 0.0 even though there > are > numbers to add. What can the problem be? > The formula is =SUMIFS(AN3:AN997,C3:C997,"ARC",D3:D997,"EOC") > I want the total form column AN when column C is ARC and when column D is > EOC > From: Ron Rosenfeld on 4 Jun 2010 11:07 On Fri, 4 Jun 2010 07:38:33 -0700, RAK wrote: >My SUMIFS formula was "accepted" but the result is 0.0 even though there are >numbers to add. What can the problem be? >The formula is =SUMIFS(AN3:AN997,C3:C997,"ARC",D3:D997,"EOC") >I want the total form column AN when column C is ARC and when column D is EOC It is quite possible that the values in AN3:AN997 are text and not numbers. How are those values generated? You can use the ISNUMBER (or ISTEXT) commands to see how Excel is interpreting these values. If they are being generated by a formula, you'll need to ensure the formula is outputing numbers and not text. If they were input manually, or copied from some other source, you will need to convert them to numbers. This can be done easily, depending on how the values have been entered. From: Dave Peterson on 4 Jun 2010 11:11 Maybe the value in AN3:An997 aren't really numbers. Maybe they're just text that looks like numbers. If you put: =count(an3:an997) in a cell and =counta(an3:an997) do those evaluate to the same result? And a silly suggestion... Are you sure you're using the correct columns? RAK wrote:> > My SUMIFS formula was "accepted" but the result is 0.0 even though there are > numbers to add. What can the problem be? > The formula is =SUMIFS(AN3:AN997,C3:C997,"ARC",D3:D997,"EOC") > I want the total form column AN when column C is ARC and when column D is EOC -- Dave Peterson From: Ms-Exl-Learner on 4 Jun 2010 11:52 1) Check whether the AN3:AN997 numbers are formatted as Text. 2) Check whether AN3:AN997 numbers are entered with a leading single quote. 3) Check whether C3:C997 range is having the Value “ARC” with any leading or preceding spaces. 4) Check whether D3:D997 range is having the Value “EOC” with any leading or preceding spaces. If all the above is perfect then the formula will run perfectly. Remember to Click Yes, if this post helps! -------------------- (Ms-Exl-Learner) -------------------- "RAK" wrote: > My SUMIFS formula was "accepted" but the result is 0.0 even though there are > numbers to add. What can the problem be? > The formula is =SUMIFS(AN3:AN997,C3:C997,"ARC",D3:D997,"EOC") > I want the total form column AN when column C is ARC and when column D is EOC >  |  Next  |  Last Pages: 1 2 3 Prev: Keep Font format when importing excel into AccessNext: hightlight cells