# too long sumif help

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Hi
Could I create short formula

=SUMIF(A1:E1;G\$4;A2:E2)+SUMIF(A3:E3;G\$4;A4:E4)+SUMIF(A5:E5;G\$4;A6:E6)+SUMIF(A7:E7;G\$4;A8:E8)+SUMIF(A9:E9;G\$4;A10:E10)+SUMIF(A11:E11;G\$4;A12:E12)+SUMIF(A13:E13;G\$4;A14:E14)..............+SUMIF(A201:E201;G\$4;A202:E202)

=SUMPRODUCT((MOD(ROW(A1:E201),2)=1)*(A1:E201="a"),A2:E202)

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Bob Phillips

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Jaan said:
Hi
Could I create short formula
=SUMIF(A1:E1;G\$4;A2:E2)+SUMIF(A3:E3;G\$4;A4:E4)+SUMIF(A5:E5;G\$4;A6:E6)+SUMIF(
A7:E7;G\$4;A8:E8)+SUMIF(A9:E9;G\$4;A10:E10)+SUMIF(A11:E11;G\$4;A12:E12)+SUMIF(A
13:E13;G\$4;A14:E14)..............+SUMIF(A201:E201;G\$4;A202:E202)

Try...

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:E201=G4),A2:E202)

Hope this helps!

The "a" in my solution should be replaced with G4, that is what I tested
with

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Bob Phillips

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Like the idea Domenic.

You could do it with SUMIF no need for SUMPRODUCT, and it could return a
result from the wrong rows if say A14=G4 and A15 is a value.

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Bob Phillips

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Bob Phillips said:
You could do it with SUMIF no need for SUMPRODUCT...

Definitely! I should have used SUMIF...
...and it could return a
result from the wrong rows if say A14=G4 and A15 is a value.

True, but I don't think that would be the case. Of course, I could be
wrong...

Hi

Domenic formula SUMPRODUCT is perfect. But Bob formula not working.I hope
this is my mistake.The MOD not understandability for me.Thanks.

"Domenic" kirjutas:

In that case, use SUMIF instead...

=SUMIF(A1:E201,"A",A2:E202)

....it's more efficient.

Hope this helps!

Sumif working. Now its so easy.Thanks.

"Domenic" kirjutas: