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I am trying to use the following formula to bring back the total value

=SUMPRODUCT((PayRec="Payable")*(Entity="HBAP")*(Age="0-5"),Value)

When I put this into a 'Dummy' workbook it works fine but when I put it in the 'Actual' workbook it returns #VALUE!

when I use =SUMPRODUCT((PayRec="Payable")*(Entity="HBAP")*(Age="0-5") it works fine in both the 'Dummy' workbook and 'Actual' workbook.

Please help
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

Maybe Value is not the same size as Payrec Entity or Age

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by:Jagwarman
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Thanks Rgonzo that's exactly what it was. But, how on earth does that change I set them all to the same and I did nothing to the spreadsheet and now they are nothing like the numbers I set them to.
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This man is Ace.
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I should have said person could be a lady :-)
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