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Excel 2007 SUMIF with 2+ Conditions

Excel 2007 SUMIF with 2+ Conditions

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Chapter 18 from Excel 2007 Miracles Made Easy. If you've ever been frustrated by the limitations of SUMIF and COUNTIF in Excel, you will love the new SUMIFS function. From Bill Jelen at MrExcel.com
Chapter 18 from Excel 2007 Miracles Made Easy. If you've ever been frustrated by the limitations of SUMIF and COUNTIF in Excel, you will love the new SUMIFS function. From Bill Jelen at MrExcel.com

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Free Preview of Excel 2007 Miracles Made EasyCopyright 2007 Bill JelenAll Rights ReservedEncourage co-workers to sign up athttp://www.mrexcel.com/freebook2007/  Buy the e-book atwww.mrexcel.com/sunshop/index.php?action=item&id=104 Buy the print book atwww.mrexcel.com/sunshop/index.php?action=item&id=114 
 
Chapter18
New ConditionalSum Functions
Excel has provided SUMIF and COUNTIF functions for a decade. These functions allow you tocount or total records that meet one criterion.
Figure 18.1
The SUMIF functionallows you to totalrecords that meetone condition.
COUNTIF and SUMIF are “easy” functions to replace the complicated SUMPRODUCT or arrayformula solutions to performing conditional sums.Once someone learns about SUMIF, they often wonder how to sum the records that meet twoconditions. In Figure 18.1, you might want a function in F13 to find the units of ABC sold in theEast. This was not possible with SUMIF.In Excel 2007, Microsoft has added three plural “S” versions, specifically SUMIFS, COUNTIFS,and AVERAGEIFS. These functions allow you to enter up to 127 different criteria. The syntax isslightly reversed from SUMIF. You start with the range of numbers to be summed, and then enterpairs of arguments, such as Criteria Range, Criteria Value, etc.=SUMIFS(Sum Range, Criteria Range 1, Criteria 1, …)For example, here is how to build the formula in F13: You want to sum the quantity in C2:C20. Since you will later copy this formula, press the F4key to make it $C$2:$C$20.The first criteria range is comprised of the regions in $A$2:$A$20.The first criteria value is the word East in E13. Since you need to be able to copy the formulato the rest of the table, type the F4 key three times to make the reference be $E13.The second criteria range is comprised of the products in $B$2:$B$20.The second criteria value is the word ABC in F12. Since you need to be able to copy the formulato the rest of the table, type the F4 key twice to make the reference be F$12.If there were additional conditions, you could continue entering additional pairs of criteria rangeand criteria. However, in this case, the formula is:=SUMIFS($C$2:$C$20,$A$2:$A$20,$E13,$B$2:$B$20,F$12)1.2.3.4.5.

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