[mso] Re: Excel question.

 
I will attach one of the reports.  The A/M is short for account manager-
there are two that I deal with- one with the number 3310, and the other
3303.  The column next to that number is the OTB (short for ONE TIME BUY-
which is a term when a client comes in and purchases only one item that may
have been left off the inital order)  The A/M still get's credit for it- but
my company doesn't track it- I have to.  So i have 2 A/ms and for each OTB i
have to keep a running total.  In the spreadsheet i sent- i have been
MANUALLY entering these values.  I know that there has to be a way I can
makeit do it for me.  That's why i asked the group.  I color coded them to
show you what I mean.  I have to arrange this by date- otherwise it would be
easy to do what I want if I could arrange by account manager. 

Thank you soo much.  ALSO- where can I find your book on excel?

Dallas 
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From: "Linda F. Johnson" <linda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: <mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [mso] Re: Excel question.
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 17:10:44 -0500
>I'm assuming their number appears on each row that shows their sales? And,
>that the number is always in the same column?
>
>You can sum all the sales that refer to each salesman's number, either by
>creating a table and using the DSUM function, but it might be easier to
just
>do it as an array formula.
>
>Read this article I wrote on array formulas and see if this gives you what
>you need:
>http://personal-computer-tutor.com/arrayformulas.htm
>
>You need to see the part which shows you how to sum something in Column A,
>based on what is in Column B
>
>
>Linda F. Johnson
>Linda's Computer Stop
>Author, MOS: Excel 2003 Study Guide, published by John Wiley and Sons
>http://personal-computer-tutor.com
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
>Of Dallas Stearns
>Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 3:50 PM
>To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [mso] Excel question.
>
>
>ok, I'm having an issue. I have tried everything I can think of- hopefully
>someone from this news group can help. I have a pretty simple excel
>spreadsheet. It's a sales tracking form. I have 2 sales reps that are
>assigned a number to identify them (one is 3310, and the other is 3303)
>
>I track all the sales they make. AND in the LAST column there is a "running
>total" from each rep. I have tried an "If" formula- and I can't make it
>work. Is there something someone might be able to suggest. I don't want
>thetotal to be the TOTAL sales- but rather a running total from each rep.
>
>
>
>thanks! Dallas
>
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