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Can't get SUMPRODUCT formula to work ???

Posted on 2011-03-01
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What am I missing here? Shouldn't this return values?

=SUMPRODUCT((Range1=C6)*(Range2>0)*Range3)

Range1 has text, Range 2 and Range3 have numbers.

I'm sure I'm overlooking something obvious, but what?

Thanks,
John
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AllConFigs is a different range size, starts in row1 not row 2

see attached

hth

Dave
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Thanks, Dave. Among othewr things the workbook seems to have been corrupted.

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John
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