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    SUMIF function (problems)

    Hello,
    I am using this formula in excel 2007 and am getting a 0 value, which I should not.
    = SUMIF($M$2:$M$109401,A4&$B$3,$J$2:$J$109401)

    Can anyone tell me what am i doing wrong and give me any tips on this?

    Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by alba123; 12-18-2008 at 10:17 AM.

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    What exactly is in A4 and B3 and what is it matching against in M2:M109401?
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    In A4 there is a company code which helps me identify a company lets say @IBM for IBM. B3 contains year value, 2000. M2:M109401 contains company codes and years lets say@IBM2000. And J contains estimate values which i want to sum up for different companies. I used the COUNTIF formula to get the number of estimates and i got the results i want it. I do not know what am i doing wrong this time with this formula:S .

    Thanks again,

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    Does this work?

    = SUMPRODUCT(--($M$2:$M$109401=A4&$B$3),--$J$2:$J$109401)

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    Yes it does!!! thanks alot.

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