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How can I use SUMIF to find the data from previous week?

Posted on 2016-10-27
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Example Dataset attached. How can I use SUMIF to find the number from column B from the previous week which is A2-7?
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Question by:Ryan Simmons
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by:NBVC
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You have a formula there that seems to be the correct one based on your question.

Why do you think it is not working?  Apr 2, 2016 shows up multiple times in column A so you are getting a sum of all those times.
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by:Ryan Simmons
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Ah... you are right. So how can I get the SUMIF to accept a second criteria? Basically there are stores and I only need the demand for one store for previous week. Second example attached.
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You can use SUMIFS

e.g.

=SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,A2,B:B,B2-7)

notice the range to sum is at the front now...followed by the criteria ranges and criterias
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by:Yamaafg
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Hi, try below array formula, remember to press Ctrl+shift+enter

=SUM(IF(($A$2:$A2>=($A2-6))*($A$2:$A2<=$A2), $B$2:$B2, 0))
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by:Ryan Simmons
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Perfect, ty!
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