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    averageif with multiple criteria

    Good Evening,

    Hope all is well!

    i have 2 tables:

    1st table is for 1 product code: I have hit a brick wall. For example I am trying to get an average age of a product code that is 60 months or under and that has a "YES" in the warranty column in the year 2013.

    My formula is
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    i have another 3 cells that i want an average of

    1. The above
    2. The average of the product code for all years for number 1.
    3. The average of the product code regardless of age and if in warranty
    4. the average of the product for all years that is under 60 months and yes in warranty

    2nd table: Is for all codes and same as 1 to 4 above.

    Any help will be most welcome and appreciated.

    I have attached a spreadsheet as an example which i hope explains my wishes.

    Thank you for taking your time out and taking a look.
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    Last edited by Rob1970; 11-28-2019 at 05:00 PM.

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    Re: averageif with multiple criteria

    No file attached

    Try again

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    Re: averageif with multiple criteria

    Hi CARACALLA,

    Thank you for highlighting this. File attached.

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    Re: averageif with multiple criteria

    I would make two changes, one change this "<=60" to this "<="&60 and change the iferror value from "0.00" to 0 and format as two decimal.
    the first change won't make a difference to the outputs (it is more of a syntax issue for me) but the second will, it will change your average in cell AE14.
    =IFERROR(AVERAGEIFS(Table1[Product Age Months],Table1[Year],AA2,Table1[Product Code],$AC$1,Table1[Warranty],"Yes",Table1[Product Age Months],"<="&60),0)

    EDIT: unless you are wanting the zeros to be text to exclude from your result.
    then please indicate what the issue is.
    Last edited by Sam Capricci; 11-28-2019 at 10:55 PM.
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