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I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range that meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.

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You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove the -- to sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range that meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.

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sorry, i meant count... either way, it still seems to be returning an N/A
error. Is the rest written correctly?

"Barb Reinhardt" wrote:

You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove the -- to sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range that meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.

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Default Sumproduct query

Hi

Basically you are wanting a count of any cells in the range E11:E120
which contain any of the numbers in your array.
It may be that your separator is different from that shown.

In the US and the UK the separator between each item in the array would
be a comma
={11,12,13,15,17......}

Depending on which country version of Excel you are using, you may need
to change the separator.

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
sorry, i meant count... either way, it still seems to be returning an
N/A
error. Is the rest written correctly?

"Barb Reinhardt" wrote:

You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove the -- to
sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range that
meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is
written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.



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Default Sumproduct query

I've changed the seperator to commas, and it now returns a '0' value, which
is incorrect...

"Roger Govier" wrote:

Hi

Basically you are wanting a count of any cells in the range E11:E120
which contain any of the numbers in your array.
It may be that your separator is different from that shown.

In the US and the UK the separator between each item in the array would
be a comma
={11,12,13,15,17......}

Depending on which country version of Excel you are using, you may need
to change the separator.

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
sorry, i meant count... either way, it still seems to be returning an
N/A
error. Is the rest written correctly?

"Barb Reinhardt" wrote:

You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove the -- to
sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range that
meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is
written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.






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Hi

Are the values in column E, Numeric or Text?
Try entering in a spare column =ISNUMBER(E11) and copy down.
Do they all return True?

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
I've changed the seperator to commas, and it now returns a '0' value,
which
is incorrect...

"Roger Govier" wrote:

Hi

Basically you are wanting a count of any cells in the range E11:E120
which contain any of the numbers in your array.
It may be that your separator is different from that shown.

In the US and the UK the separator between each item in the array
would
be a comma
={11,12,13,15,17......}

Depending on which country version of Excel you are using, you may
need
to change the separator.

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
sorry, i meant count... either way, it still seems to be returning
an
N/A
error. Is the rest written correctly?

"Barb Reinhardt" wrote:

You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove the --
to
sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range
that
meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is
written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.






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Default Sumproduct query

Yes, I have checked that they are all numeric values. Should the character
before the array be '=' or something else? When I change it to a comma, it
errors.

"Roger Govier" wrote:

Hi

Are the values in column E, Numeric or Text?
Try entering in a spare column =ISNUMBER(E11) and copy down.
Do they all return True?

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
I've changed the seperator to commas, and it now returns a '0' value,
which
is incorrect...

"Roger Govier" wrote:

Hi

Basically you are wanting a count of any cells in the range E11:E120
which contain any of the numbers in your array.
It may be that your separator is different from that shown.

In the US and the UK the separator between each item in the array
would
be a comma
={11,12,13,15,17......}

Depending on which country version of Excel you are using, you may
need
to change the separator.

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
sorry, i meant count... either way, it still seems to be returning
an
N/A
error. Is the rest written correctly?

"Barb Reinhardt" wrote:

You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove the --
to
sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific range
that
meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it is
written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.






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Default Sumproduct query

The formula should be

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11,12,13,15,17,18,19,20,32,33,3 4,52,69,82,83,85,86,87}))


--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
Yes, I have checked that they are all numeric values. Should the
character
before the array be '=' or something else? When I change it to a
comma, it
errors.

"Roger Govier" wrote:

Hi

Are the values in column E, Numeric or Text?
Try entering in a spare column =ISNUMBER(E11) and copy down.
Do they all return True?

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in message
...
I've changed the seperator to commas, and it now returns a '0'
value,
which
is incorrect...

"Roger Govier" wrote:

Hi

Basically you are wanting a count of any cells in the range
E11:E120
which contain any of the numbers in your array.
It may be that your separator is different from that shown.

In the US and the UK the separator between each item in the array
would
be a comma
={11,12,13,15,17......}

Depending on which country version of Excel you are using, you may
need
to change the separator.

--
Regards

Roger Govier


"shakey1181" wrote in
message
...
sorry, i meant count... either way, it still seems to be
returning
an
N/A
error. Is the rest written correctly?

"Barb Reinhardt" wrote:

You are counting the number of matches with this. Remove
the --
to
sum the
matches.

"shakey1181" wrote:

I'm using the below formula, to sum data from a specific
range
that
meets my
specific criteria. I think there must be a mistake in how it
is
written, but
i can't figure it out.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('\\office1\shared\[Test1.xls]Sheet1'!E$11:E$20={11;12;13;15;17;18;19;20;32;33;3 4;52;69;82;83;85;86;87}))

much obliged for any assistance on this.










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