Excel - SUMIF Greater than or equal to

Asked By envy on 28-Oct-09 07:47 PM
```Hi -
I am trying to determine the number of customers I get in a specific time
range.  My spreadsheet is as follows:
Tab 1 gives customers and times:
A             B
Time    # Customers
6:05      1
7:30     50
8:15     20
etc.

Tab 2 I calculate based on time ranges
A        B              C
Start  End   # of customers
6:01  6:30      need formula
6:31  7:00
7:01  7:30
etc.

Does anyone have a good formula?  I have tried a few and the latest one
is not working right:
=SUMIFS(Tab1!b2:b200,Tab1!a4:a200,">="&A2,Tab1!a4:a200,"<="&B2)
Any suggestions....
Thanks!
--
en```

Per Jessen replied on 30-Oct-09 10:50 AM
```Hi

Look at this:

=3DSUMIF(Tab1!A2:A20,">=3D"&A2,Tab1!B2:B20)-SUMIF(Tab1!A2:A20,">"&B2,Tab1!
B2:B20)

Regards,
Per```
Barb Reinhardt replied on 28-Oct-09 08:15 PM
```I think the arrays need to be the same size.  In one case you have from row 2
to row 200, and in others it is row 4 to 200.

HTH,
Barb Reinhardt```
Jacob Skaria replied on 28-Oct-09 08:36 PM
```Another way using sumproduct()

=SUMPRODUCT(('Tab1'!A2:A200>=A2)*('Tab1'!A2:A200<=B2),'Tab1'!B2:B200)

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Jacob Skaria```
T. Valko replied on 28-Oct-09 08:56 PM
```Works OK for me when you make the ranges the same size:

=SUMIFS('Tab1'!B\$2:B\$200,'Tab1'!A\$2:A\$200,">="&A2,'Tab1'!A\$2:A\$200,"<="&B2)

Note that in Excel 2007 there is a cell address TAB1 so in order for Excel
to know you are referencing a sheet named Tab1 and not the cell address TAB1
the sheet name Tab1 needs to be enclosed in single qoutes: 'Tab1'.

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Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP```