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How to do tiered calculations in one formula
The image above demonstrates a formula that calculates tiered values based on a tier table and returns a total. This […]
How to sum a cell range
The easiest way to sum a cell range is to simply select the cell range and read the values in […]
Sum unique distinct numbers
The image above shows numbers in column B, some of these numbers are duplicates. The formula in D12 adds unique […]
Excel formula not working
This article explains why your formula is not working properly, there are usually four different things that can go wrong. […]
Sum by group
To extract groups from cell range B3:B10 I use the following regular formula in cell B13.
Sum numbers between two dates
The formula in cell C15 uses two dates two to filter and then sum values in column C, the SUMIFS […]
How to create running totals
This article demonstrates a formula that calculates a running total. A running total is a sum that adds new numbers […]
Find empty cells and sum cells above
This article demonstrates how to find empty cells and populate them automatically with a formula that adds numbers above and […]
Sum numerical ranges between two numbers
This article explains how to build an array formula that sums numerical ranges. Example, I want to know how to […]
Sum cells based on criteria
Katie asks: I have 57 sheets many of which are linked together by formulas, I need to get numbers from […]
Running totals based on criteria
Andrew asks: LOVE this example, my issue/need is, I need to add the results. So instead of States and Names, […]
Sum based on ORAND logic
Question: It's easy to sum a list by multiple criteria, you just use array formula a la: =SUM((column_plane=TRUE)*(column_countries="USA")*(column_producer="Boeing")*(column_to_sum)) But all […]
Sum values between two dates and based on a condition
In this post, I will provide a formula to sum values in column (Qty) where a column (Date) meets two […]
Sum unique numbers
Table of Contents Sum unique numbers Get Excel *.xlsx file Sum unique distinct numbers Get Excel *.xlsx file Sum number […]
Sum only visible cells
The SUBTOTAL function lets you sum values in a cell range that have some rows hidden or filtered, the picture […]

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