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Excel macro or formula help
Attach file has users who have softwares

Where ever Yes it has to check the other sheet and calculate the cost and update the sheet

updated additional info in excel
thanks a lot in advancecost.xls
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Question by:bsharath
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by:ravindran_eee
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=IF(N2="YES",12000,0)+IF(O2="YES",2000,0)+IF(P2="YES",3000,0)+IF(Q2="YES",33000,0)+IF(R2="YES",2000,0)+IF(S2="YES",1000,0)+IF(T2="YES",33000,0)

Drag it to rest of the cells so that the formula applies for each row
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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You can use this ARRAY formula

=SUMPRODUCT((N2:V2="Yes")*TRANSPOSE(Cost!$B$1:$B$9))

in row 2 and then copy down. But you will have to make sure that the costs on cost sheet are numbers and not text+numbers. see attached
Copy-of-cost.xls
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barry houdini earned 167 total points
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This version can be used to avoid "array entry"

=SUMPRODUCT(MMULT((N2:V2="Yes")*1,Cost!$B$1:$B$9))

regards, barry
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