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Simplifying a big formula

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    Simplifying a big formula

    Hi there!
    i feel that this formula can be way more simple... can you guys help me with this?

    =SUMPRODUCT((_1=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1)+(_2=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1)+(_3=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1)+(_4=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1)+(_5=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1)+(_6=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1)+(_7=BM4)*(_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1))

    (_FC<=CP2)*(_FC>=CP1) = are the days of a month (january for instance)
    _1 to _7 are ranges
    BM4 is a constant

    I would greatly appreciate your help

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    Re: Simplifying a big formula

    Hi, try this.

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    If you want to count BM4 only one time for a row, try this

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    Last edited by Haseeb A; 06-22-2012 at 10:04 PM. Reason: Typo
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