SUMIF(S) not available on Excel 2003


L

Longhag

I have created a worksheet at home on Excel 2007 using 'sumifs' and
'countifs' formulae and when I have saved this (in .xls format) and then
opened it in Excel 2003 in work, it doesn't recognise this formula.

Is there a way of converting this appropriately or an alternative formula I
can use for sum/count if command with multiple criteria

Thanks
G
 
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Don Guillett

As you have found, they are new to 2007. Try using sumproduct((etc. or the
array sum(if( etc.
Post your formula(s) if necessary.
 
L

Longhag

David,

Thanks for your response. Could you explain a little further how this one
will work?

Cheers
G
 
L

Longhag

This is my Excel 2007 formula - how would I convert this into 2003:

=SUMIFS(I4:I302,A4:A302,1,G4:G302,"written")

'1' being the criteria in the first range, 'written' being the criteria in
the second range and I4:I302 is the sum range.

Thanks for your help
 
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L

Longhag

This is my Excel 2007 formula - how would I convert this into 2003:

=SUMIFS(I4:I302,A4:A302,1,G4:G302,"written")

'1' being the criteria in the first range, 'written' being the criteria in
the second range and I4:I302 is the sum range.

Thanks for your help
 
L

Longhag

This is so close. Where you have value1 my value is the number 1 and it is
saying there is an error.

This is my Excel 2007 formula - how would I convert this into 2003:

=SUMIFS(I4:I302,A4:A302,1,G4:G302,"written")

'1' being the criteria in the first range, 'written' being the criteria in
the second range and I4:I302 is the sum range.

Thanks for your help
 
D

Don Guillett

try
=sumproduct((a4:a302=1)*(g4:g302="written)*i4:i302)
or
sumproduct(--(a4:a302=1),--(g4:g302="written"),i4:i302)
 
L

Longhag

Don,

The second one seems to be the closest but it doesn't like the =1 in the
first criteria.

Should this be written any other way?
 
B

Bob Phillips

That would just be

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A4:A302=1),--(G4:G302="written"),I4:I302)

or


=SUMPRODUCT(--(A4:A302="1"),--(G4:G302="written"),I4:I302)

if not real numbers
 
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David Biddulph

It's always useful if you tell us what formula you are using when you get an
error, and what error you are getting.

Were you using =SUMPRODUCT(--(A4:A302=1),--(G4:G302="written"),I4:I302) ?
If so, what error did Excel tell you there was?
Another way of writing it would be
=SUMPRODUCT((A4:A302=1)*(G4:G302="written")*(I4:I302))
 
L

Longhag

wher you have written -- do I insert if ;also it doesn't like 1 or "1"

Sorry to keep bothering you
 
L

Longhag

The second one works. Is there a similar solution for countifs ?

This is my current 2007 formula :

=COUNTIFS(A4:A302,2,G4:G302,"written")

Regards
G
 
L

Longhag

The firsst one works. Is there a similar solution for countifs ?

This is my current 2007 formula :

=COUNTIFS(A4:A302,2,G4:G302,"written")

Regards
G
 
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Don Guillett

Just delete the parameter that summed based on criteria
=sumproduct((a4:a302=1)*(g4:g302="written))
 
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David Biddulph

So isn't it as simple as either
=SUMPRODUCT(--(A4:A302=1),--(G4:G302="written")) or
=SUMPRODUCT((A4:A302=1)*(G4:G302="written")) ?
 
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