# Using SUMIFS in Excel 2003

#### dwarden

##### New Member
Hi

I'm writing a report for a customer who is still using Excel 2003. I am wanting to use the SUMIFS function, where you can specify multiple criteria, but I cannot find it in Excel 2003. It looks like its a new function in Excel 2007?

How can I replicate the SUMIFS function in Excel 2003?

Thank you....

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#### Greg Truby

##### MrExcel MVP
Search here for just about any thread that uses SUMPRODUCT. 99 times out of 100 [at least] we don't use it for its nominal purpose of [per Excel help] "Multiplies corresponding components in the given arrays, and returns the sum of those products", we use it to count or sum based on multiple boolean expressions.

#### dwarden

##### New Member
I've tried the PRODUCTSUM & I cant seem to get it to work? I'm trying to use named ranges as well. See formula. I have 2 issues;
1. I get a #NUM! error for CategorCode, I think? This is stored as text.
2. I have got it to work with no num error but the value comes up as 0

=SUMPRODUCT((Sheet1!CategoryCode=A4),(Sheet1!AccountGroup="Expenses"),(Sheet1!MonthValue="January"),Sheet1TotalValue)

When A4=101. The total value for 101,January,Expenses should be 908.3873

This table is an example of what I an trying to acheive.

CategoryCode MonthValue AccountGroup TotalValue
101 January Expenses 683.752
101 January Expenses 222.6353
104 January Expenses 280.192
104 January Expenses 330.183
104 January Expenses 140.096
11 February Expenses 441.84
11 February Expenses 441.84
11 February Expenses 883.68
11 March Expenses 304.7856
111 January Expenses 1408.75
111 January Expenses 498.1257
114 January Expenses 34.1106

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