From: Mickey on 14 May 2010 21:53 I am trying to total subtotals, but only if they are less than 1. I've tried doing =SUM(G12,G24,G36,G48,G60,G72,G84,G96,G108,G120,G132,G144,G156,G168,G180,G192,G204,G216,G228,G240,G252,G264,G276,G288,G300,G312), but it gives me an answer of 12 when I should get 18. I've also tried =SUMIF(I12,I24,I36,I48,I60,I72,I84,I96,I108,I120,I132,I144,I156,I168,I180,I192,I204,I216,I228,I240,I252,I264,I276,I288,I300,I312,"<1"), but it results in a "you've entered too many arguments" error. Please, please, someone help me!!! What is it that I am doing wrong?
From: Teethless mama on 14 May 2010 23:08 Try it like this: =SUMPRODUCT((MOD(ROW(G12:G312),12)=0),(G12:G312<1),G12:G312) "Mickey" wrote: > I am trying to total subtotals, but only if they are less than 1. I've tried > doing > =SUM(G12,G24,G36,G48,G60,G72,G84,G96,G108,G120,G132,G144,G156,G168,G180,G192,G204,G216,G228,G240,G252,G264,G276,G288,G300,G312), > but it gives me an answer of 12 when I should get 18. > > I've also tried > =SUMIF(I12,I24,I36,I48,I60,I72,I84,I96,I108,I120,I132,I144,I156,I168,I180,I192,I204,I216,I228,I240,I252,I264,I276,I288,I300,I312,"<1"), > but it results in a "you've entered too many arguments" error. > > Please, please, someone help me!!! What is it that I am doing wrong?
From: T. Valko on 14 May 2010 23:12 >I am trying to total subtotals, but only if they are less than 1. Try this... =SUMPRODUCT((MOD(ROW(G12:G312)ROW(G12),12)=0),(G12:G312<1),G12:G312)  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Mickey" <Mickey(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:D63986A3D22D468E95B3EBF3E1FE73A8(a)microsoft.com... >I am trying to total subtotals, but only if they are less than 1. I've >tried > doing > =SUM(G12,G24,G36,G48,G60,G72,G84,G96,G108,G120,G132,G144,G156,G168,G180,G192,G204,G216,G228,G240,G252,G264,G276,G288,G300,G312), > but it gives me an answer of 12 when I should get 18. > > I've also tried > =SUMIF(I12,I24,I36,I48,I60,I72,I84,I96,I108,I120,I132,I144,I156,I168,I180,I192,I204,I216,I228,I240,I252,I264,I276,I288,I300,I312,"<1"), > but it results in a "you've entered too many arguments" error. > > Please, please, someone help me!!! What is it that I am doing wrong?

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