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From: GregL on 4 Jun 2010 11:17 Hello, I need a formula that will sum the dollar value of a column if the entries meet 3 seperate criteria. The current formula I have (that returns a #NUM error) is: =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer"),('May YTD Data'!$AB:$AB=B6),('May YTD Data'!$D:$D>4/30/2010),('May YTD Data'!$D:$D<6/1/2010),'May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q) Idea is to sum the sales volume (dollar amount) for "New Customer" per sales reps (B6) for the month of May. Thanks in advance for any advice you provide
From: Jackpot on 4 Jun 2010 11:29 Try the below =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer")* ('May YTD Data'!$AB:$AB=B6)* (TEXT('May YTD Data'!$D:$D,"mmmyyyy")="May2010"),'May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q) "GregL" wrote: > Hello, > > I need a formula that will sum the dollar value of a column if the entries > meet 3 seperate criteria. > > The current formula I have (that returns a #NUM error) is: > > =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer"),('May YTD > Data'!$AB:$AB=B6),('May YTD Data'!$D:$D>4/30/2010),('May YTD > Data'!$D:$D<6/1/2010),'May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q) > > Idea is to sum the sales volume (dollar amount) for "New Customer" per sales > reps (B6) for the month of May. > > Thanks in advance for any advice you provide
From: Mike H on 4 Jun 2010 11:33 Hi, Try it this way but note you can only use full columns in E2007 and later. With regard to the dates in your formula, Excel sees 4/30/2010 as 4 divided by 30 divided by 2010 and not a date so note my change Lastly I wouldn't put the dates in the formula I would reference them in a cell the same as you have done for B6 =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer")*('May YTD Data'!$AB:$AB=B6)*('May YTD Data'!$D:$D>DATE(2010,4,30))*('May YTD Data'!$D:$D<DATE(2010,6,1))*('May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q)) -- Mike When competing hypotheses are otherwise equal, adopt the hypothesis that introduces the fewest assumptions while still sufficiently answering the question. "GregL" wrote: > Hello, > > I need a formula that will sum the dollar value of a column if the entries > meet 3 seperate criteria. > > The current formula I have (that returns a #NUM error) is: > > =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer"),('May YTD > Data'!$AB:$AB=B6),('May YTD Data'!$D:$D>4/30/2010),('May YTD > Data'!$D:$D<6/1/2010),'May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q) > > Idea is to sum the sales volume (dollar amount) for "New Customer" per sales > reps (B6) for the month of May. > > Thanks in advance for any advice you provide
From: Don Guillett on 4 Jun 2010 11:33 Sumproduct may NOT use ENTIRE columns. try k2:k22 SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K2:$K22="New Customer"),('May YTD Data'!$AB2:$AB22=B6),(month('May YTD Data'!$D2:$D22)=5),'May YTD Data'!$Q2:$Q22) -- Don Guillett Microsoft MVP Excel SalesAid Software dguillett (a)gmail.com"GregL" <GregL (a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:CC471883-57EC-41DF-9422-FB545F99DE1F (a)microsoft.com...> Hello, > > I need a formula that will sum the dollar value of a column if the entries > meet 3 seperate criteria. > > The current formula I have (that returns a #NUM error) is: > > =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer"),('May YTD > Data'!$AB:$AB=B6),('May YTD Data'!$D:$D>4/30/2010),('May YTD > Data'!$D:$D<6/1/2010),'May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q) > > Idea is to sum the sales volume (dollar amount) for "New Customer" per > sales > reps (B6) for the month of May. > > Thanks in advance for any advice you provide
From: Roger Govier on 4 Jun 2010 11:51
Quick heads up, Don You can use Entire columns in XL2007 However, I would not recommend it for use with Sumproduct. It is a very processor intensive function, and does not have the built in "intelligence of Sumif and Sumifs, which just calculate on the used range of a column. Giving it 1 million plus comparisons to do for every part of a Sumproduct formula is going to slow the system down. Either create a Table or a Dynamic range, and give that to Sumproduct, rather than whole columns. -- Regards Roger Govier "Don Guillett" <dguillett1 (a)gmail.com> wrote in message news:#MdqAt$ALHA.4388 (a)TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...> Sumproduct may NOT use ENTIRE columns. try k2:k22 > SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K2:$K22="New Customer"),('May YTD > Data'!$AB2:$AB22=B6),(month('May YTD Data'!$D2:$D22)=5),'May YTD > Data'!$Q2:$Q22) > > -- > Don Guillett > Microsoft MVP Excel > SalesAid Software > dguillett (a)gmail.com> "GregL" <GregL (a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:CC471883-57EC-41DF-9422-FB545F99DE1F (a)microsoft.com...>> Hello, >> >> I need a formula that will sum the dollar value of a column if the >> entries >> meet 3 seperate criteria. >> >> The current formula I have (that returns a #NUM error) is: >> >> =SUMPRODUCT(('May YTD Data'!$K:$K="New Customer"),('May YTD >> Data'!$AB:$AB=B6),('May YTD Data'!$D:$D>4/30/2010),('May YTD >> Data'!$D:$D<6/1/2010),'May YTD Data'!$Q:$Q) >> >> Idea is to sum the sales volume (dollar amount) for "New Customer" per >> sales >> reps (B6) for the month of May. >> >> Thanks in advance for any advice you provide > > > __________ Information from ESET Smart Security, version of virus > signature database 5172 (20100604) __________ > > The message was checked by ESET Smart Security. > > http://www.eset.com > > > __________ Information from ESET Smart Security, version of virus signature database 5172 (20100604) __________ The message was checked by ESET Smart Security. http://www.eset.com |