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Sumif formula

Posted on 2013-01-03
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Hi,

this is my current formula:
=SUMIFS($D$3:$D$1650,$B$3:$B$1650,$B1657,$A$3:$A$1650,"test")

I need to add column C to the above formula. Column C has dates information in the following format: 2012 WEEK 49, starting from 2012 WEEK 1. I need to sum the values in the following range: 2012 week 44 trhough 2012 week 50.


thank you!
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Question by:Ladkisson
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I think you need to use SUMPRODUCT() here... or extract last digits to new columns and use SUMIFS on with that column:

=SUMPRODUCT($D$3:$D$1650,($B$3:$B$1650=$B1657)*($A$3:$A$1650="test")*(RIGHT("00"&$C$3:$C$1650,2)+0>=44)*(RIGHT("00"&$C$3:$C$1650,2)+0<=50))


or in a new column:

=RIGHT("00"&$C3)+0

copied down

Then

=SUMIFS($D$3:$D$1650,$B$3:$B$1650,$B1657,$A$3:$A$1650,"test",$E$3:$E$1650,">=44",$E$3:$E$1650,"<=50")

where E is the helper column...
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