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If we want to do unit price * unit sold calculation, we will do an individual calculation and finally add the total to get the total sales. For example, look at the below example.

Firstly we calculate the total sales by multiplying Units Sold to Unit Price, as I have shown in the below image.

This includes many steps to get the final sales amount. However, using the SUMPRODUCT function, we can get the total in a single formula itself.

In the first array, select Units Sold range.

We need to do the multiplication, so enter an asterisk (*) symbol and select Unit Price.

Oh yes, we got our end result in a single formula in a single cell itself. How cool is it?

Example #2

It looks like a new thing isn’t it? Yes, we can SUM Top N values from the list. For example, look at the below data.

Example #3

Yes, we need to supply the criteria operator symbol in double quotes (” “) and combine the other criteria with the ampersand (&) symbol. Now formula will read it as greater than 400 and returns the total.

I have marked all the values which are greater than 400 with yellow color; you can add those values manually you will get the same total as 2190.

Example #4

Often we need to do the summation of values; often, we need the count, often the Average of the numbers, and many other things. How do you deal with all these requirements in a single formula?

Step 1: Convert this range to the table by pressing Ctrl + T.

Step 3: Now, we have a total of the table row at the end of the table.

Using this drop-down, we can use Average, Count, find the Max value, find the Min value, and many other things as well. Based on the selection we make from the drop-down, it will show the results.

Example #5

What if we need an Average only for the quarter Q1? How do we do? We can do with manual work, but we all hate manual work isn’t it?

The range is nothing but our Quarter Range, so select Quarter range from A2 to A19.

Criteria are what you want to do from this range. Our criteria are Q1.

The average Range is nothing but the sales column to select the Sales column and close the bracket. We will get Q1 Average Only.

Example #6

I am sure you have encountered many errors while applying formulas. Often times we need to ignore these errors and clear these error values as per our own values. For example, look at the below illustrations.

In the above image, we got error values. I want to convert all the error values to Not Found. Apply the below formula to get the result.

If VLOOKUP returns an error values IFERROR convert this to Not Found text value.

Example #7

When I combined cells A1 & A2, I got the result of these two cell values. However, a date is not in the correct format; in order to make this a perfect format, we need to use the TEXT function to apply our date format.

Below is the formula which can make this a proper sentence.

Example #8

Like how we got an incorrect format for date similarly for time format, also we get incorrect format.

Things to Remember

Using CONCATENATE function, we can combine many cell data into one.

In order to make the Date Format correct, we need to use the TEXT function to apply our date format.

By using the SUMPRODUCT function, we can get the total in the single formula itself.

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