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3D Sumifs - Cannot get them to work - Please help!!!

Posted on 2016-09-07
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Hi,

I am trying to get a 3D sumifs formula to work...

I have multiple client tabs (currently over 50 and this can constantly grow and shrink) all have the exact same format and layout.

I am trying to create a calculations tab that i can then run some pivots from, to do this i have looked in here and found some 3D sumifs but i cant get it to work? i am getting the #NAME? error

This is my formula in my calculations tab...
=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIFS(INDIRECT("'*"&'Worksheet Names'!$A$1:$A$22&"*'!$B$14:$B$33"),INDIRECT("'*"&'Worksheet Names'!$A$1:$A$22&"*'!$A$14:$A$33"),A2,INDIRECT("'*"&'Worksheet Names'!$A$1:$A$22&"*'!$A$12"),$B$2))

In my client tabs I have a set table (A14:M33), Column A is the Role Type (which has to match cell A2 in the calculations tab), in Cell A12 is a location for the client sheet (which has to match cell B2 in the calculations tab), Column B is the numbers i want to sum if the criteria matches.

Sorry but i cant work out how to upload my document for you to see.
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by:Danielle Christou
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This is the file...
Headcount-Planning.xlsx
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Try Attached Sheet ...i guess this will help you out ...i found Code in EE it self ...it is created by Sir.Byundt.

thanks
3D-Functions---Sum-For-All-Sheet.xlsm
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by:itjockey
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i am in hurry to rush for meeting else i will make it as per your requirement.
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by:Danielle Christou
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Thanks itjockey, but as far as i can see this only shows the SUMIF function that i have got to work, its the SUMIFS that i cant get to work?
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See Cell D14 in attached WB
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Or Wait for few hours ...i will look in to this ....

Thanks
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@Danielle Christou

your original formula was a mess :-)  . so, i built up from the scratch.

please see attached file and it is tested and 100% works.

i set up dynamic range, so if you add more sheets with similar structure it is added in the formula automatically.

i put the formula is C2 and drag down and right

=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIFS(INDIRECT("'"&DynamicRangeSheets&"'!"&SUBSTITUTE(ADDRESS(1,COLUMN(B1),4),"1","")&"$14:"&SUBSTITUTE(ADDRESS(1,COLUMN(B1),4),"1","")&"$33"),INDIRECT("'"&DynamicRangeSheets&"'!"&"$A$14:$A$33"),Calculations!$A2)*(T(INDIRECT("'"&DynamicRangeSheets&"'!"&"$A$12"))=Calculations!$B2))

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EE.xlsm
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accepted solution is provided already.
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