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3 Q & A posts tagged with DSUM

Thu
Apr 9
2009

Can I count number of rows based on 2 critera that are inputted by the user?

I have many sheets of raw data that I am trying to Roll up in a simple Dashboard using excel. So far I have managed fine but have come stuck on this part.
I am trying to count a number of rows based on 2 criteria. The problem is these criteria are inputted via validation list from the user!

The user selects a name of a program and what week number they would want to view a button is selected to run a macro that calculates this information.

The macro is no problem just the input of the search criteria via validation list.
I have tried everything I know but cant figure it out.
Any help is much appreciated


Answer

I would rather you do DSUM
Here is a video lesson on how to do it
http://file1.net/lesson.asp?id=6d2CvCTrt…

You can make the criteria range as the same as the validation cell (Excel will not mind)

Let me know if everything goes well or not

VBAXLMan

Thursday 4/9/2009 12:12:14 PM
Mon
Jan 19
2009

Nesting IF and SUMIF?

I'm trying to create a summary document of invoicing for my company and was wondering if Excel has any functionality that allows me to look through a table of vendor invoices that have been paid, identify all invoices that have been coded to a particular project, identify all instances of one particular vendor within the list of invoices for a specific project, and then sum all invoice values that are associated with the instances I identified of the particular vendor.

So, for example, I want to search a table for all occurences of project code "1234", then search the list of occurences of "1234" for vendor "XYZ", then sum the invoice values for all occurrences of vendor "XYZ" within the list of occurences of "1234".


Answer

If you have Excel2007, then use SUMIFS like this
=SUMIFS( D:D, A:A, "1234", B:B, "XYZ")

If you have Excel2003, then use DSUM like this
Put the title of project code column in cell F1, put 1234 in F2
Put the title of vendor column in G1, put XYZ in G2
Paste this in H1
=DSUM( A1:E500, "Invoice total", F1:G2)

Assuming, you have the list in A1:E500 with column headers in A1:E1
And you have the column you want to sum named "invoice total"

Do the changes as your table and enjoy it

VBAXLMan is back to feed you Excel needs

Monday 1/19/2009 9:04:24 AM
Mon
Jan 19
2009

How can i sum or count Yes or no in a column and categorized them in Product group im just one formula?

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Answer

SUMIF will do only one criteria, so you will need SUMIFS, but this will work in Excel2007 only
If you have Excel2003, then you can do DSUM

DSUM is criteria based sum, but you will need to build range of cells as your criteria range

You didn't give that much info, otherwise I could do it for you

Mail me here with more info or some sample file, and I can do it for you for free

VBAXLMan is back

Monday 1/19/2009 4:34:55 AM

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