Sum a column based on one criteria

Pinkster69

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Hi Guys,

I have been wrecking my head with the following! hope you guys can help?

I am trying to look for some VBA Code so that I can search multiple values in Column "A" based on the criteria in Textbox1 and SUM up the corresponding values in Column "B" based of course on the criteria in Textbox1 and display them in Textbox2.

For example if I have multiple Part Numbers in Column "A" and there is a lot of duplicates and the prices of those parts are in column "B". If for example I enter a Part Number in Textbox1 "552", the code will search column "A" for all the Part Numbers that are "552" and sum up the corresponding prices based on the Part Number "552" in column "B" and display this in Textbox2. The trigger for this would be a commandButton1.
Just as a note, there might be some blank cells in both columns so it would be great if the code could allow for this.

Thanks in advance!

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wigi

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Did you try the Sumif function with the correct arguments in VBA?

WorksheetFunction.Sumif(...,...,...)
 

Pinkster69

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Hi Wigi,

Thanks so much for your reply!
I'm fairly a novice at VBA, can you elaborate on how it relates to my example?

regards

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Pinkster69

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Hi Wigi,

Thanks so much for your reply!
I'm fairly a novice at <acronym title="visual basic for applications" style="border-width: 0px 0px 1px; border-bottom-style: dotted; border-bottom-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); cursor: help; color: rgb(51, 51, 51); background-color: rgb(250, 250, 250);">VBA</acronym>, can you elaborate on how it relates to my example?

regards

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wigi

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Here's a simple example, names in column A and numbers in column B:

Code:
Sub test()
   MsgBox WorksheetFunction.SumIf(Range("A2:A5"), "wim", Range("B2:B5"))
End Sub
 

Pinkster69

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Hi Wigi,

Wow! how simple is that! I was expecting a lot of code.

Worked out great, thank you so much

regards

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