sum of an index/match array
I'm using the formula =INDEX(E14:E20,MATCH(E7,F14:F20,FALSE),1) which is working to bring back a result however I need to bring back a sum
I have the match word with a $ value in the adjacent cell and need to sum multiple $ values together based on the word matching
I was using the formula below to match 2 indicators listed within an array. I have another 2 indicators that I CANNOT add to the array. They lie in cells AA2 and AB2. How can I modify the formula below to Index all 4 indicators.
I am using the below function to obtain data from a single cell in an array.
=INDEX(AD13:AP27, MATCH(F4,AD13:AD27), MATCH(F12,AD13:AP13))
The function works 80% of the time. It occasionally goes brain dead and selects the wrong column. The function resides in Cell I13 on tab G01.
Can someone help me? I believe the problem may exist within Excel.
Is there a way to return an array value in excel through a function or by reversing a function. I need to do an lookup of a name in a row, and then have a cell from the row return it's corresponding column array. e.g (row 1, cell 4 (Bob) = $D$1:$D$500.
I need to be able to use the result in another function like a Match/ Index
I have been able to produce the effect using substitute and address embedded functions. But I cannot use the result as the array for a Index/Match. I think because it's just text and not the actual defined array.
I would like to use the result to fill in the $J$15:$J$509 array below
I have a worksheet with monthly sales figures on it. The first column contains the sales person and the first row contains the sales period. What I need is a formula that can select a row based on the sales person name and select a subset of columns based on a period range and produce the sum of the values.
I'm looking at SUM, SUMIF, INDEX and MATCH but can't quite figure out how to organize them to provide the desired result.
I've got as far as this, which will return the value of the correct row in the first column. Is there some way to return a cell reference instead so that I could slot it into a SUM function?
=INDEX('Sales Data'!$B$4:$AL$162, MATCH($J$5, 'Sales Data'!$B$4:$B$162, 0), MATCH("P1", 'Sales Data'!$B$4:$AL$142, 0))
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