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error Guest, Apr 27, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Excel Worksheet Functions Replies: 5 Views: 253 Guest Apr 28, 2006 Sumproduct value error Guest, Oct 31, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Excel Worksheet That is Cool! Problem: One or more cells in the range contain text If one or more cells in the referenced range contains text or is formatted as a Text data type, you will Do they refer to ENTIRE columns, like A:A ?

Yes No Great! Here is the overview of error messages with ranges of unequal size: Errors in the ranges Finally, let's look at what happens when one of the condition arrays contain an error. Are the text = references what are causing my problem? LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Add Thread to del.icio.usBookmark in TechnoratiTweet this thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode

How to convert a set of sequential integers into a set of unique random numbers? About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. Changing the formulae to : =IF(H3="",0,RIGHT(H3,2)+0) =IF(H3="",0,LEFT(H3,1)+0) will also eliminate the #VALUE! when the sum range contains text?

Thank you so much for your help!! (Sorry I didn't accept sooner... Let's try the multiplication syntax: =SUMPRODUCT((B10:B14=1)*(C10:C15=2)*D10:D14) Unsurprisingly, this also produces an error, also #VALUE!. This is a common trick used in more advanced Excel formulas to coerce TRUE and FALSE values into 1's and 0's. yabi, Oct 14, 2012 #8 shrivallabha Excel Ninja Messages: 1,517 Try adding them at one place like which is equivalent to OR: SUMPRODUCT((B\$3:B\$170=B15)+(B\$3:B\$170=B\$28);(Q\$3:Q\$170=\$P198)*(S\$3:S\$170)*(T\$3:T\$170)) shrivallabha, Oct 14, 2012 #9 (You must log

Ozgrid is Not Associated With Microsoft. You might see SUMPRODUCT used with the LEN function to count total characters in a range, or with functions like ISBLANK, ISTEXT, etc. With our slightly larger range to include the text value in column D, the last two steps look like this: =SUMPRODUCT({1;0;0;1;#N/A}*D10:D14) =SUMPRODUCT({3;0;0;#VALUE!;3;#N/A}) The #VALUE! Life moves pretty fast.

In order to use it in sumproduct, I make two different columns aS FOLLOWS: Column Q: =IF(H3="";"";RIGHT(H3;2)+0) this extracts 25 out of 1F25 Column S: =IF(H3="";"";LEFT(H3;1)+0) this extracts 1 out of Also is there a reason you are converting to text to do your month/year check? Master absolute and relative addresses, named ranges, errors, and troubleshooting. What will happen when we run a SUMPRODUCT over this?

On 06/21/2010 02:07, cstang wrote: > Hello, > > Can anyone pls help me? > The below formula return #VALUE! Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Taffycat posted Oct 15, 2016 at 9:19 AM WCG Stats Saturday 15 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 15, 2016 at 8:00 AM Review round up - 14 October 2016 Becky In one of my columns, I have blank cells and other cells are text (like 1F25 in column A).

Hope that helps. More About Us... However, using SUMPRODUCT, you can write a formula like this: =SUMPRODUCT(LEN(A1:A10)) When used with a range like A1:A10, LEN will return an array of 10 values. How do computers remember where they store things?

So let's try to sum a clean range without text values: =SUMPRODUCT((B10:B12=1)*(C10:C13=2)*D10:D12) So, now the range to be summed is a bit shorter, does not include text, and the two ranges Again, the error that is first encountered in the formula is the error that will be displayed as the result. yabi, Oct 13, 2012 #1 shrivallabha Excel Ninja Messages: 1,517 Welcome to Chandoo. But wait.

error value. cstang Guest Hello, Can anyone pls help me? Not the answer you're looking for? error ; this is because the "" is not the same as 0.

Even with Excel 2007 and later, it is not a good idea to use whole colum references, because all the cells in the arrays will be evaluated and the arrays Sumproduct However, if I force the data to hold something then my formula works (YEAH!). Now how do I deal with 0 and null - Amount >0? When I reference a different column (in place of Column M) that does not contain formulas it works perfectly (example: =SUMPRODUCT((TEXT('Sheet Name'!\$P\$3:P24,"MY")=TEXT(\$G\$4,"MY"))*'Sheet Name'!\$G\$3:G24) ).

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floppybootstomp posted Oct 14, 2016 at 3:53 PM Toe-tale Taffycat posted Oct 14, 2016 at 11:04 AM WCG Stats Friday 14 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 14, 2016 at 8:00 Home About Blog Contact Help us Search Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.6/ Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. With a mixed syntax that uses multiplication for the condition arrays and then the comma separator before the sum array, the error message is always #N/A.

You just need... asked 3 years ago viewed 9483 times active 3 years ago Related 4How to remove only 0 (Zero) values from column in excel 20100Excel 2010 formula to merge columns in separate I'm new here.) –MandersDiva Mar 8 '13 at 4:11 No worries, glad to help! –Jacob Bolda Mar 8 '13 at 8:13 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved