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    How to write multiple IF statement

    I have many part numbers which may be duplicated and I want to sum the qty shipped based on a few criteria. How would I write this?

    IF N4=C4 and K4 =T1 then sum F:F.

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    Re: How to write multiple IF statement

    Without a context, the formulas you posted don't have much meaning. Can you describe the criteria for us and post some sample data?
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    Re: How to write multiple IF statement

    The attached file shows the data that I am talking about. N4 in my initial post should be M4.

    Column M is the part number that I want to use as my reference part number.
    Column C is the part number based on lines sold, it could be input many times.
    Column K is the month shipped.
    T1 is the reference month that I used to illustrate the dollar amount sold.

    For example I would like to see if part number in M4 (example) matches date in column c and T1 matches K4 then sum the data in column F. The ultimate goal is I want to illustrate each month and the dollar amount sold for each part number. The problem is that I might have part number 122345 (example) listed 100 times and it needs to be summed under the correct month.

    Thanks for the help.
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    Re: How to write multiple IF statement

    No ideas???

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    Re: How to write multiple IF statement

    So in your example, "IF M4=C4 and K4 =T1 then sum F:F" (note: it should be S1 not T1 as you have merged cells) where is this result going? U4?

    In any case, try this formula
    =SUMPRODUCT(--($C$2:$C$500=$M4),--($K$2:$K$500=S$1),($F$2:$F$500))

    Does that work for you?
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    Re: How to write multiple IF statement

    I think that will work. I have plugged it in and played with it a little. I think it might just get me to where I need to be. The main thing I needed was how to combine the conditions. You are awesome...Thanks a TON, I have been

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