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Posted on 2011-03-16
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Good Afternoon

I need some help on the following SUMPRODUCT:

=(SUMPRODUCT((Centre=C$4)*(TEXT(Date,"mmmm yyyy")="JANUARY 2011")*(Group=$A5)*(Value>0)*(Value)))

It returns the value of #VALUE!

As part of trying to solve the problem I have tried:

=(SUMPRODUCT((Centre=C$4)*(TEXT(Date,"mmmm yyyy")="JANUARY 2011")*(Group=$A5)*(Value>0)))

Which returns the result of 2 - there are 2 rows which are complient with the above SUMPRODUCT. What I was hoping was that the final (Value) would return the SUM of those two rows: 3.

What am I doing wrong?

Many thanks
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Try:
=SUMPRODUCT((Centre=C$4)*(TEXT(Date,"mmmm yyyy")="JANUARY 2011")*(Group=$A5)*(Value>0),Value)



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Many thanks
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