## [mso] Re: Using SumIF in XL2k

• From: David Good - ANSYS Europe <david.good@xxxxxxxxx>
• To: "'mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
• Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 11:21:01 -0500

```I hate to argue with the oracle :) but I still think my SUMIF forumla is
simpler:

=SUMIF(C5:C20,">01/01/75",B5:B20)
Will give you the answsum of the cleared checks:

=SUM(B5:B20)-C22
Will give you the uncleared

Don't get me wrong - I'm in no doubt that Linda's formula is correct, and
I'm sure it's technically better, but IMO there's time when you gotta KISS.

HTH,

Dave.

-----Original Message-----
From: 4office [mailto:4office@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 14 November 2002 16:09
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [mso] Re: Using SumIF in XL2k

Ok I'm confused: I don't want to COUNT the number of checks cleared... I
need the SUM of the checks cleared... so do it do a

Totaled Cleared: =SUMIF(B5:B20,DCOUNTA(C5:C20,1,C5:C20),B5:B20)
Totaled outstanding: difference between all checks & Cleared checks
Row     A               B               C
4       check no        amount  cleared date
5       1001            541             25-Oct
6       1002            254             10-Oct
7       1003            654             26-Oct
8       1004            125             22-Oct
9       1005            741
10      1006            258
11      1007            745             29-Oct
12      1008            654             29-Oct
13      1009            987
14      1010            421
15      1011            451             30-Oct
16      1012            325
17      1013            325
18      1014            1452
19      1015            984             30-Oct
20      1016            555

-----Original Message-----
From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On
Behalf Of Linda F. Johnson
Sent: Monday, November 11, 2002 11:58 AM
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [mso] Re: Using SumIF in XL2k

Based on the info you gave below:

The COUNTBLANK formula will count all the blank cells in a range and give
you a total count of them.  So, if there is nothing in the cleared date
column, =COUNTBLANK(C5:C200) would give you a total of all checks not
cleared....then DCOUNTA will count all the cells that are NOT blank in a
database, so this formula would give you those:
=DCOUNTA(C5:C20,1,C5:C20)

Linda
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