Sumproduct based on multple conditions

Shamsuddeen

Active Member
Hi all!

I have a table with the following data:

Column A-Date Column B-Amount

01-Jan-2000 25000
12-Jan-2000 15000
18-Jan-2000 10000
20-Mar-2001 2500
25-Mar-2001 3000
01-Aug-2002 45000
02-Aug-2002 100
31-Aug-2003 650

and so on......

I would like to have the totat and count of amount per month as below:

Period Total Count
Jan-2000 xxxxx xx
Mar-2001 xxxxxx xx
Aug-2002 xxxxxx xx
Aug-2003 xxxxxx xx

Thanks for the help in advance.

Shamsuddeen

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north19701

Active Member
it looks like a pivot table would be one option, and group your period my month and year.

Shamsuddeen

Active Member

My table contains more than 1000 rows and I need to preserve the original table as is and the total and count should appear at the bottom of the table with the sumproduct formula.

Shamsuddeen

MrExcel MVP
Shamsuddeen said:

My table contains more than 1000 rows and I need to preserve the original table as is and the total and count should appear at the bottom of the table with the sumproduct formula.

Shamsuddeen

I don't think that's a good reason, but lets have it as you wish...

=SUMPRODUCT(--(TEXT(DateRange,"m/yy")=TEXT(CritDate,"m/yy"),AmountRange)

which gives you the total wrt the month/year in CritDate.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(TEXT(DateRange,"m/yy")=TEXT(CritDate,"m/yy"),--ISNUMBER(AmountRange))

counts the amounts wrt CritDate.

north19701

Active Member
Book8
ABCDEFGH
101-Jan-200025000
212-Jan-200015000
318-Jan-200010000
420-Mar-20012500
525-Mar-20013000
601-Aug-200245000
702-Aug-2002100
831-Aug-2003650
9
10
11TotalCount
12Jan-00500003
13Mar-0155002
14Aug-02451002
15Aug-036501
16
17
18
19
20
Sheet3

Something like this?

the formula in b12 is:
=SUMPRODUCT((MONTH(\$A\$1:\$A\$8)=MONTH(\$A12))*(YEAR(\$A\$1:\$A\$8)=YEAR(\$A12)),\$B\$1:\$B\$8)

and c12 is:

=SUMPRODUCT((MONTH(\$A\$1:\$A\$8)=MONTH(\$A12))*(YEAR(\$A\$1:\$A\$8)=YEAR(\$A12)))

I really believe the pivot table would be much easier to manage, though.

Shamsuddeen

Active Member
Thanks for all the replies.

I will give a try.

Shamsuddeen

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