Complex Sum Help

McDan1el

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Joined
Sep 14, 2007
Messages
89
Hey All,

Was wondering if you could help me out with an excel sheet - i have a way of doing what i want to achieve, but it is working out to be very difficult and "messy"

Basically i have a data input sheet which has the Day/Date and then loads of columns, from answered calls, lost calls, average talk times... the list goes on...

What i want to be able to do is on a front sheet have the user enter a date, which then causes the sheet to populate with the details for that date - now i know a VLOOKUP works fine, the problem is the date the enter is the week commencing date so i do not just want that line i want that line and the 6 beneath it all added up.

i.e

09/03 - 10
10/03 - 7
11/03 - 6
12/03 - 5
13/03 - 10
14/03 - 12
15/03 - 10

So when i type 09/03 in the "Week Commencing Box" it does not give me 10, but instead gives me 60.

Any one suggest what to do rather then having 7 VLOOKUPS?

Cheers,

Dan
 

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Domski

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Joined
Jan 18, 2005
Messages
7,292
Try this maybe:
Book1
ABCDE
109/03/20091009/03/200960
210/03/20097
311/03/20096
412/03/20095
513/03/200910
614/03/200912
715/03/200910
816/03/200911
917/03/200913
1018/03/200912
1119/03/20097
1220/03/200913
1321/03/200913
1422/03/20095
1523/03/20095
Sheet1


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lenze

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Joined
Feb 18, 2002
Messages
13,690
Why not just create a Pivot Table with the Page Field(Dates)grouped by Days(7)?

lenze
 

bigturnip

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Joined
Nov 11, 2003
Messages
24
Can you add a column to your data with something like:

Code:
=A1-WEEKDAY(A1,2)+1
which gives you the first day of the week

and then just use a SUMIF on the new column?
 

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