SUMIFS or Sumproduct Help

engineer33

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Messages
55
Hi Guys,

I need a formula that sums the equipment for each zone. Formula that works even if i change the equipment names to other columns i still obtain the same result by using the below table

ZONE 1
PX: 0
Signals:2
Tpws: 2


ZONE 2
PX: 1
Signals:3
Tpws: 3


TABLE 1.
Row/Column</SPAN>A</SPAN>B</SPAN>C</SPAN>D</SPAN>E</SPAN>F</SPAN>
1</SPAN>Zones</SPAN>PX</SPAN>Zones</SPAN>Signals</SPAN>Zones</SPAN>TPWS</SPAN>
2</SPAN>2</SPAN>Sydney street- PX</SPAN>1</SPAN>SUN909</SPAN>1</SPAN>SUN909</SPAN>
3</SPAN>3</SPAN>Adelaid Street- PX</SPAN>1</SPAN>SUN914</SPAN>1</SPAN>SUN914</SPAN>
4</SPAN>3</SPAN>Young St.- PX</SPAN>2</SPAN>SUN910 </SPAN>2</SPAN>SUN910 </SPAN>
5</SPAN>4</SPAN>Tower st- PX</SPAN>2</SPAN>SUN906</SPAN>2</SPAN>SUN906</SPAN>
6</SPAN>4</SPAN>Ardeer Station- PX</SPAN>2</SPAN>MW131</SPAN>2</SPAN>MW131</SPAN>
7</SPAN>5</SPAN>West Street-PX</SPAN>3</SPAN>SUN901G</SPAN>3</SPAN>SUN901</SPAN>
8</SPAN>5</SPAN>Fitzgerald-PX</SPAN>3</SPAN>SUN900G</SPAN>3</SPAN>SUN900</SPAN>
9</SPAN>6</SPAN>Station Rd- PX</SPAN>3</SPAN>MW137G</SPAN>3</SPAN>MW137G</SPAN>
10</SPAN>7</SPAN>Robinsons RD- PX</SPAN>4</SPAN>MW150G</SPAN>4</SPAN>MW150</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY><COLGROUP><COL><COL span=6></COLGROUP>
 

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engineer33

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Joined
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Messages
55
what column are you trying to sum? what cell is your criteria in?


Sorry table isnt clear every item under PX is a PX and that goes for all so i have 9 equipment of each and each equipment is in a different zone.

I need a formula that displays equipment in zone 1 to zone 9 such as

ZONE 1
PX: 0
Signals:2
Tpws: 2


ZONE 2
PX: 1
Signals:3
Tpws: 3



Thank you
 

jamtay317

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Messages
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HIJKlMNOP
1zone1zone2zone3zone4zone5zone6zone8zone9zone10
2PX: 0PX: 1PX: 2PX: 2PX: 2PX: 1PX: 0PX: 0PX: 0
3Signals: 2Signals: 3Signals: 3Signals: 1Signals: 0Signals: 0Signals: 0Signals: 0Signals: 0
4Tpw: 2Tpw: 3Tpw: 3Tpw: 1Tpw: 0Tpw: 0Tpw: 0Tpw: 0Tpw: 0

<tbody>
</tbody>
in h2 copied across
Code:
="PX: "&COUNTIFS($A$2:$A$10,COLUMN(A1))

in h3 copied across
Code:
="Signals: "&COUNTIFS($C$2:$C$10,COLUMN(A1))

in H4 copied across
Code:
="Tpw: "&COUNTIFS($E$2:$E$10,COLUMN(A1))

please let me know how it worked for you
 

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