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Posted on 2014-07-29
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In the attached ss i have a tab called "Sales"

Column E is a weekly subtotal columns where i have manually calculated the subtotal for two weeks, can i have some formula that can drag down and calculate the subtotals

I basically need a running total for Sundays

Thanks
Howl-Sales.xlsx
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

pls try

as Array formula (Ctrl-Shift-Enter)

=SUMPRODUCT(($C$2:$C$1500),--(CEILING(($A$2:$A$1500-DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1)+WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1),2))/7,1)=WEEKNUM(F8,2)))+SUMPRODUCT(($D$2:$D$1500),--(CEILING(($A$2:$A$1500-DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1)+WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1),2))/7,1)=WEEKNUM(F8,2)))

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by:Seamus2626
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Thanks Rgonzo, i enetered that in and its entering the subtotals on mondays, and has value errors and £0, where as the cell should be blank unless the corresponding cell in Col B = Sunday

Did you enter that on my ss i attached:?

Thanks
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Yes

see example
Howl-Salesv1.xlsx
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by:Seamus2626
ID: 40226999
Thing is Rgonzo, you have put that into the cells where Sunday is adjacent, whereas i need to put formula into E2 and drop down, so it is automatically finding sunday and returning a subtotal for previous week or remaining blank if not Sunday

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by:Rgonzo1971
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Do you want to the last total

=IF(MAX(F3:F1500)=0,"",SUM(--($F$3:$F$1500=MAX(F3:F1500))*IFERROR((E3:E1500)*1,0)))

in Sheet Sales 2 formula without helper's formula

BTW

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=IFERROR(SUMPRODUCT(($C$2:$C$1500),--(CEILING(($A$2:$A$1500-DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1)+WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1),2))/7,1)=WEEKNUM(F8,2)))+SUMPRODUCT(($D$2:$D$1500),--(CEILING(($A$2:$A$1500-DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1)+WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR($A$2:$A$1500),1,1),2))/7,1)=WEEKNUM(F8,2))),"")
Howl-Salesv2.xlsx
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by:Seamus2626
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Hi Rgonzo,

I want to put a formula in E2 and drag all the way down. When the formula sees that its corresponding value in B = Sunday, it needs to create a subtotal for the previous 7 days sales summed.

So with the data i have provided, it would look like my attached ss in tab sales

But i need to be able to have the formula already in the ss so it doesnt need to be manaully added
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Hi,

pls try in E2 and fill down

=IF(B2="Sunday",SUM(OFFSET(C2,-6,0,7,2)),"")

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by:Seamus2626
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Legend!

Thanks Rgonzo
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