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For the ultimate resource in SUMPRODUCT, see Bob Phillips' site.
Suppose you need to total records based on multiple criteria? For example, in the following, we calculate the total quarterly price of blue cars sold by John.
Use the SUMPRODUCT function as shown below
SUMPRODUCT multiplies corresponding cells in a given set of data.
Let’s go into the formula stepbystep.
In our example, our criteria are (1) Blue cars and (2) sold by John. We need the total sales based on these two criteria.
We want Excel to
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