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January 4th 06, 12:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

Can anyone help, I have a spreadsheet with 2 sheets, the first sheet
contains the data, the second sheet is a summary page.

Sheet 1 contains 8 colums (a - h), colum f contains price information,
colum g contains the department number and colum h contains the product
code.

What I would like to do on the summary sheet is have a cell where you
can input a deprtment number and then a list of all the product codes
with a formula to work out the price of each of the products for that
deprtment number.

I can work out, with " =SUMIF('Stock Issues'!H:H,A2,'Stock
Issues'!F:F) " the totals for each product code, but is it possible to

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#2
January 4th 06, 01:09 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=\$A\$1),--('Stock
Issues'H2:H200=B1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200)

and copy down, where A1 has the department number, B1:Bn has the product
codes. Note that SUMPRODUCT cannot use whole columns, only a specified
range.

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"1990" wrote in message
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Can anyone help, I have a spreadsheet with 2 sheets, the first sheet
contains the data, the second sheet is a summary page.

Sheet 1 contains 8 colums (a - h), colum f contains price information,
colum g contains the department number and colum h contains the product
code.

What I would like to do on the summary sheet is have a cell where you
can input a deprtment number and then a list of all the product codes
with a formula to work out the price of each of the products for that
deprtment number.

I can work out, with " =SUMIF('Stock Issues'!H:H,A2,'Stock
Issues'!F:F) " the totals for each product code, but is it possible to

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#3
January 4th 06, 01:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

Thanks for the reply, but when i copy that in it brings up an error
message and highlights the second 'Stock - highlighted in red here "
=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=B1),--('Stock
Issues'H2:H200=\$A\$1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200) "

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#4
January 4th 06, 02:08 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

Maybe wrap-around.

Try copying

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=\$A\$1),
--('Stock Issues'H2:H200=B1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200)

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HTH

Bob Phillips

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"1990" wrote in message
...

Thanks for the reply, but when i copy that in it brings up an error
message and highlights the second 'Stock - highlighted in red here "
=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=B1),--('Stock
Issues'H2:H200=\$A\$1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200) "

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#5
January 4th 06, 02:34 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
 Vito Posts: n/a
SUMIF with 2 conditions

Bob Phillips Wrote:
Maybe wrap-around.

Try copying

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=\$A\$1),
--('Stock Issues'H2:H200=B1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200)

--
HTH

Bob Phillips

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"1990" wrote in
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...

Thanks for the reply, but when i copy that in it brings up an error
message and highlights the second 'Stock - highlighted in red here

"
=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=B1),--('Stock
Issues'H2:H200=\$A\$1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200) "

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The exclamation points are necessary after *each* reference to a
worksheet.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=\$A\$1),--('Stock
Issues'!H2:H200=B1),'Stock Issues'!F2:F200)

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January 4th 06, 02:37 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

Oops, didn't even notice I had dropped those in the copy.

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HTH

Bob Phillips

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"Vito" wrote in message
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Bob Phillips Wrote:
Maybe wrap-around.

Try copying

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=\$A\$1),
--('Stock Issues'H2:H200=B1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200)

--
HTH

Bob Phillips

(remove nothere from email address if mailing direct)

"1990" wrote in
message
...

Thanks for the reply, but when i copy that in it brings up an error
message and highlights the second 'Stock - highlighted in red here

"
=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=B1),--('Stock
Issues'H2:H200=\$A\$1),'Stock Issues'F2:F200) "

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The exclamation points are necessary after *each* reference to a
worksheet.

=SUMPRODUCT(--('Stock Issues'!G2:G200=\$A\$1),--('Stock
Issues'!H2:H200=B1),'Stock Issues'!F2:F200)

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#7
January 4th 06, 03:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

Spot on, thanks.

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January 4th 06, 06:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

what does the symbol below mean in your formula above
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i don't have it?

"1990" wrote:

Spot on, thanks.

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#9
January 4th 06, 11:39 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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SUMIF with 2 conditions

That's 2 minus signs (double unary operator.) They are used to coerce
logical true and false values to 1s and 0s. Let me see if I can find the
link to Bob's site which explains sumproduct very well:
http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html

"ellebelle" wrote:

what does the symbol below mean in your formula above
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i don't have it?

"1990" wrote:

Spot on, thanks.

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