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jackdiamond

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Hi,

Is there anyone out there that could help me with a formula for the following please?

I need to find an average for "Richard Harris" of entries made over 3 batches of product in 4 different areas.

eg

CELL A............CELL B..........CELL C.........CELL D..........CELL E
BATCH 1
Name.............area 1...........area 2..........area 3..........area 4
John Terry........10................20...............30...............10
Richard Harris....12................10...............60...............12

BATCH 2
Name.............area 1...........area 2..........area 3..........area 4
John Terry........10................20...............30...............10
Richard Harris....12................10...............60...............12

BATCH 3
Name.............area 1...........area 2..........area 3..........area 4
John Terry........10................20...............30...............10
Richard Harris....12................10...............60...............12

I hope someone can help!

Also, how can I copy and paste what I have on my excel screen so it looks like how it should when I paste it here?

Thanks
Stu
 

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al_b_cnu

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Hi,

Try something like =SUMIF(A:A,"Richard Harris",B:B)/COUNTIF(A:A,"Richard Harris")

I use HTMLMaker to post Excel sheet images on the board.
 

Mel Smith

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Stu, do you want an average for each area or an overall average?

Mel
 

Mel Smith

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Try this: =Average(cell ref1, cell ref2, cell ref3 etc etc)

Mel
 

jackdiamond

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Thanks Mel but I need it to be more complicated than that.

Sometimes the names will be in a different order so I need something that will look up the names and the the column reference....

Hope this makes sense
 

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Sorry, I didn't understand that that was what you meant. See Alan's response.

Mel
 

al_b_cnu

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Mel - you're not THE Mel surely :)

Stu - can you adapt this:
Book1
ABCDEFGHI
1Batch 1NameAverage
2NameArea 1Area 2Area 3Area 4Totalaaaa92
3aaaa818283892Richard Harris90
4Richard Harris11213141104cccc128
5cccc17273747128dddd100
6dddd13233343112
7313233372
8Batch 215253545120
9aaaa12223242108
10bbbb313233372
11Richard Harris919293996
12dddd717273788
1311213141104
14Batch 3717273788
15aaaa11213141104
16bbbb18283848132
17Richard Harris313233372
18313233372
19Batch 415253545120
20aaaa111213164
21Richard Harris717273788
22
Sheet1


Formula in I2 copied down is =SUM(SUMIF(A:A,H2,B:B),SUMIF(A:A,H2,C:C),SUMIF(A:A,H2,D:D),SUMIF(A:A,H2,E:E))/COUNTIF(A:A,H2)
 

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Sadly not. The other one is the one with the money, I'm the one who's still trying to get it...

Mel (the original!)
 

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