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EXCEL FORMULA TOTALING COLUMN BASED ON TWO CRITERIA

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I need an EXCEL formula that will total Column "E" minutes if it meets the station requirements in this case "LAS" and count the minutes Column "E" if they are greater than .30 minutes.    This  is what I have that is not working.

=SUMIF(C4:C164,"LAS",E4:E164,">30")


Column "C" is the station    "LAS"     Column "E" is minutes
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Question by:BOEING39
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krishnakrkc earned 2000 total points
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Hi

If you want to COUNT, use COUNTIFS.

=COUNTIFS(C4:C164,"LAS",E4:E164,">30")

If you are on pre Excel 2007 version, try

=SUMPRODUCT(--(C4:C164="LAS"),--(E4:E164>30))

Kris
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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=SUMPRODUCT((C4:C164="LAS")*(E4:E164>30)*(E4:E164))
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That did it, thx Kris
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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For 2007 or later

=SUMPRODUCT((C4:C164="LAS")*(E4:E164>30)*(E4:E164))
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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I am sorry but either the question is incorrectly written or the answer accepted is not correct. The question asks for

...formula that will total Column "E" minutes...
whereas the accepted answer "Counts" the column E data.
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