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Can I SUM column C IF Column A=X AND Column D=Y?

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Old April 25th, 2010, 06:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
Gord Dibben
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Default Can I SUM column C IF Column A=X AND Column D=Y?


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Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Sun, 25 Apr 2010 10:37:01 -0700, Terry

I am trying to sum a column of both negative and positive numbers on another
worksheet based on two conditions. I have tried to construct an array that
would =Sum(if((A2:A278,="2000")*(M2:M278,="0"),M2:M278) )

Should that not sum the column M2:M278 positive integers based on the
criteria that all rows in A2:A278 are equal to "2000".???

"Minx" wrote:

If you could follow that...
I have a number of columns of information for any given row. I would like to
set up a sheet that will sum Column C for all rows IF Column A = {a given
value} AND Column D = {a different given value}. I may even need to throw in
that Column B = {another given value}. Can I do this and how?

I've run across something about VLOOKUP, but I'm not sure how to make that
work. I'm primarily a CAD operator making brief forays into Excel, and I keep
thinking it has got to be easier than all the manual sorting I'm currently

I'm using Excel 2003 (on Windows XP SP2)


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