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Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

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    Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    My sumproduct formula is
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    the purpose is to sum values if it occurs on the same week as the week put into A1 The cells C1:C3 are a string in the format "d/m/yy - d/m/yy" that is why I have the left and search. I left out the values because I believe the issues is with this portion. Whenever I use f9 to evaluate the formula, I get a count of 1 if i have 1 instance, but letting the formula run gives me 0. Capture.PNG




    Solved. I wasn't confirming with CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER

    Thanks for all of the help guys!
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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    Here's an ARRAY formula (applied by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Enter) that seems to work:
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    I don't use SUMPRODUCT much, so not sure why that is not working.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    I'm getting the same issue with yours. When I evaluate the formula through f9, I get 1. When I run the formula in the cell, I get 0.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    It works perfectly fine on my end. Not quite sure what is happening on yours.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    I get 1 only if I am searching for the same thing that is in column C1. I don't think it's my settings because I can start a new document on excel online, copy the formula and I still end up with the same answer. I appreciate you trying to help me. I'm not sure what's going on.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    You need to confirm your formula with Ctrl Shift Enter, not just Enter.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    I attached a file that shows it working just fine, using ARRAY formula entry (Ctrl + Shift + Enter) instead of just Enter, as I stated last night. It works.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    The OPs formula also works if array entered

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    Yes, it does. I've used SUMPRODUCT sparingly in the past, and have always used it as an alternative to ARRAY formulas, so I didn't even think to try it, but as my attached file shows, it does.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    Thanks for the help guys. I was not using CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER even after Moo the Dog told me to.

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    Glad to help & thanks for the feedback

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    Re: Sum Product is showing 0 when i use f9 to evaluate, it shows 1.

    No problem, jeeke. Glad to help, and thanks for the feedback! Have a great day!

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