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Posted on 2011-03-09
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Experts,
In my spreadsheet, at R43:H43 I need to evaluate using sumproduct as follows:

Sum G4:G42 only if each corresponding formula such as F4-G4 = 0.

For example, if F16-G16 <> 0 do not include the value of G16 in my sum in R43:H43
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Question by:Frank Freese
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by:Rory Archibald
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I have no clue from those ranges what you are trying to do - could you post a small sample?
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by:Ardhendu Sarangi
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Hi

Can you try this -


=SUMPRODUCT((F2:F42-G2:G42=0)*(G2:G42))

thanks
Ardhendu
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by:barry houdini
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I'm not sure why you want this in a range, how is H43 different from I43 or J43?

For what you asked specifically try

=SUMPRODUCT((F4:F42=G4:G42+0,G4:G42)

regards, barry
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by:barry houdini
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sorry, missing parethesis, change to

=SUMPRODUCT((F4:F42=G4:G42)+0,G4:G42)

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by:Frank Freese
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sure - it is attached
sumproduct.xlsx
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by:barry houdini
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For that example you can use SUMIF, i.e.

=SUMIF(I3:I6,0,H3:H6)

regards, barry
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by:barry houdini
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Oops! you're summing column G aren't you? so that should be

=SUMIF(I3:I6,0,G3:G6)

barry
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Ardhendu Sarangi earned 2000 total points
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Try this in your totals column - =SUMPRODUCT((G3:G42-H3:H42=0)*(H3:H42))

See attached,
sumproduct.xlsx
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by:Frank Freese
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the user just changed their mind (surprised?)
here's what I have that is not working
=SUMPRODUCT((F4:F42=H4:H42),H4:H42)

if the value in column H = the value in column F add the value in Column H

for example, if in H5 the value is $800 and in F5 the value is $801 do not sum.
if in H6 the value = $800 and in F6 the value is $800 sum
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by:Frank Freese
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I was able to modify what you sent to work - thank you
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