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Need help with sumifs in 2003

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I thought this was completed, but I built this at home in excel 2010. But, work only has 2003, so I just figured out my =sumifs won't work.

Any suggestions on how to collect my data without using =sumifs.

Right now, I have my pivot collecting my dates and then use =sumifs to collect the time.

thanks for any help
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Use this formula in R6 and copy as needed:

=SUMPRODUCT($I$13:$I$40*($A$13:$A$40=$P6)*($D$13:$D$40=$R$4))

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Use SUMPRODUCT instead:

=SUMPRODUCT(($A$13:$A$40=$P6)*($D$13:$D$40=R$4)*($I$13:$I$40))
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Beat me to it! :-D

Except you probably don't want an absolute reference on the column for R4.  Should be R$4.
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I split it because of the help with Absolute Reference!

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