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    Sum If Blank Cells

    Hi,

    I need a formula that will sum up the total usage for all users of each report. For example, i need to formula in Column F to sum up Report 1's usage (Which would be 25 as there is only 1 user), and then sum up Report 2's usage (Which would be 65) etc. But what i also need is for numbers to only appear where the report name is. For example, for Report 2 i'd need the 65 to appear in D3, and then the rest of the cells be blank until D18 for Report 3's total usage, and then blank up until Report 4 etc.

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    I've attached the example file.

    I hope that all make sense, but let me know if not.

    Many thanks,
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    Re: Sum If Blank Cells

    Yep. In D2, copied down:

    =IF(A2<>"",SUMPRODUCT((LOOKUP(ROW($A$2:$A$48),ROW($A$2:$A$48)/($A$2:$A$48>0),$A$2:$A$48)=A2)*$C$2:$C$48),"")
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    Re: Sum If Blank Cells

    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn Kennedy View Post
    Yep. In D2, copied down:

    =IF(A2<>"",SUMPRODUCT((LOOKUP(ROW($A$2:$A$48),ROW($A$2:$A$48)/($A$2:$A$48>0),$A$2:$A$48)=A2)*$C$2:$C$48),"")
    That's exactly what i needed. Thanks so much for the quick reply

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    Re: Sum If Blank Cells

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    Re: Sum If Blank Cells

    Another way:

    =IF(A2="","",SUM(INDEX($C$1:C2,MATCH(1,(--($A$1:A2<>"")))):INDEX($C$1:$C$48,IFERROR(AGGREGATE(15,6,(ROW(A3:$A$48)/(A3:$A$48<>"")),1)-1,MATCH(1,(--($B$1:$B$48<>"")))))))
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