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    Sumproduct or array formula for counting criteria of sum of cells

    I need to count the number of rows where the sum of 3 columns is > 0. So, something like this:

    =COUNTIF(DB8:DB7964,">0")

    But for the results of the sum of colums DB:DD. I can easily do this via a helper column, but is it possible without the helper column?

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    You could use

    =SUMPRODUCT(--(DB8:DB7964+DC8:DC7964+DD8:DD7964>0))

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    One way

    =SUMPRODUCT(--(DB1:DB1000>0)*(DC1:DC1000>0)*(DD1:DD1000>0))

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    Well, I guess I should have figured that one out. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VBA Noob
    One way

    =SUMPRODUCT(--(DB1:DB1000>0)*(DC1:DC1000>0)*(DD1:DD1000>0))

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    Thanks VBA Noob, but that will not work for my scenario. For example, if DB8 is 9, DC8 is -9, and DD8 is 5, then the sum is > 0, which should be counted. Your formula will result in 0 in this case, since DC8 is < 0.

    DDL's formula worked for me. Thanks for the help guys.

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    Here is an overview of the Sumproduct function:

    http://www.xldynamic.com/source/xld.SUMPRODUCT.html

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