CHECK WITHIN FORMULA

PM1

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In the formula below (which works fine) I want to add a condition.

Col H consists of letters P & C, when it finds a P it sums up the "C"'s until the next instance of P.

Now I want to add into the column 2 more letters K & A, so I want the formula to stop summing when it reaches these characters until the next instance of P.


IF(H2="P",IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH("P",H3:$H$3972,0)),SUM(L2:INDEX(L2:$L$3972,MATCH("P",H3:$H$3972,0))),SUM(L2:$L$3972)),"")/F2
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Domenic

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=IF(H2="P",IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(TRUE,INDEX(ISNUMBER(MATCH(H3:$H$3972,{"A","K","P"},0)),0),0)),SUM(L2:INDEX(L2:$L$3972,MATCH(TRUE,INDEX(ISNUMBER(MATCH(H3:$H$3972,{"A","K","P"},0)),0),0)))/F2,SUM(L2:$L$3972)/F2),"")
 
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