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    Multi criteria get a list from high to low

    According to the date, Type gets Code/Name/Total amount

    Add the same name amount

    B4:D6 is the ADULT list and the final result
    F4:H6 is the CHILD list and the final result

    Can someone please help me ? It would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance
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    Re: Multi criteria get a list from high to low

    Please try
    =LET(z,L2:P43,st,B1,en,D1,t,B2,c,INDEX(z,,1),d,INDEX(z,,4),u,UNIQUE(SORT(FILTER(c,(d>=st)*(d<=en)*(INDEX(z,,5)=t)))),CHOOSE({1,2,3},u,VLOOKUP(u,z,2,),SUMIFS(INDEX(z,,3),c,u,d,">="&st,d,"<="&en)))
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    Re: Multi criteria get a list from high to low

    Wow, @Bo_Ry'S great, this formula is amazing, thank you so much for your kind help

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    Re: Multi criteria get a list from high to low

    I think it's intended to sort descending on the total sums so perhaps a small amendment:

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    And then for the other one:

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    Of course, it also might be limited to the top 3 so may need an extra step to extract the top 3 values.

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    Re: Multi criteria get a list from high to low

    Pl see file. Column R and S are helper columns
    Formulas are given in B4:D7 and F4:H7
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    Re: Multi criteria get a list from high to low

    @WideBoyDixon and @kvsrinivasamurthy Thank you both, the problem has been solved

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