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SUMPRODUCT Not Working

I am really stuck with this one.....

=SUMPRODUCT(CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3,((CABLE!$J$5:$J$5153+CABLE!$P$5:$P$5153)*CABLE!$I$5:$I$5153))

The value being look up are in a column B
Then start the crazy part.
For each match in column B,
(Value in column J + Value in column P) * Value in Column I
This needs to add multiple rows if the match occurs numerous times.
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DougDodge

8/22/2022 - Mon
Ejgil Hedegaard

CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3 returns True/False
To convert to 1/0 for multiplication use
--(CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3)

Change to
=SUMPRODUCT(--(CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3),CABLE!$J$5:$J$5153+CABLE!$P$5:$P$5153,CABLE!$I$5:$I$5153)

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You could also use
=SUMPRODUCT((CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3)*((CABLE!$J$5:$J$5153+CABLE!$P$5:$P$5153)*CABLE!$I$5:$I$5153))

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then CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3 with True/False works as if it is 1/0.
but sumproduct without * should be slightly faster.
DougDodge

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Hmmm.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3),CABLE!$J$5:$J$5153+CABLE!$P$5:$P$5153,CABLE!$I$5:$I$5153) Gives me #N/A

=SUMPRODUCT((CABLE!$B$5:$B$5153='Qty Terminations'!C3)*((CABLE!$J$5:$J$5153+CABLE!$P$5:$P$5153)*CABLE!$I$5:$I$5153)) Gives me #VALUE!

Maybe it could be my data......

Let me try it on some test data......
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DougDodge

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Formulas were perfect for the problem.... Additionally offering a second option was a bonus.
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