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Formula to return Month totals

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hello,

I am working on the attached sheet and I would like to link Sheet 1 to sheet 2.
Sheet 2 is currently broken up into species (column D) and has percentages based on each species code.
However in sheet 1 I would instead like to base the total amounts on the Kennel (column B) for each month and year.

So for example in sheet 1 cell G2 would have a total of all species of dogs within kennel K2 for January 2007 and so on.

Can someone please let me know how I would go about doing so?

EXAMPLE1.xlsx
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If your headers always remain in the same order, then you can use the below formula in G2 and then drag right and down:
=SUMPRODUCT(--($B2=Sheet2!$B$2:$B$1753),--($F2=Sheet2!$G$2:$G$1753),Sheet2!H$2:H$1753)


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Thank you so much Tils, you are a gem!!
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