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I am stuck.

I am entering timesheet date into an excel sheet: Column A - Resource Name Column B - Project Phase Column C - Resource Team... Column D to AAA is a date Therefore a single resource could have multiple records as they work across multiple Project Phases and Resource terams.

I want to create a table that summarises total timesheet days by: Prolect Phase and Resource Group on the vertical axis and Month on the horizontal axis.

When I specify the sum range as $D$3:$AAA$100 I get a #value error, as it only wants a single row to be specified. I am using criteria to specify Project Phase and Resource Group and Month (as determined from the date.

Whilst it may be better to use a pivot table I also need to bring in budget data from another worksheet.

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Since SUMIF() can be applied only to single row or column, your evaluation must be carried out in 2 steps.
First use SUMIF() on rows and also concatenate the condition values for each summation in an adjacent cell. This concatenated string will serve as a key in next step.
Next apply SUMIF() to the column that contains row sums, using the "key" from previous step as the condition.

  • HI gm2, is that "great mind"Not sure what you mean by " – David Barbera Apr 18 '15 at 5:00
  • I'm not sure what you mean by "concaytenated string" – David Barbera Apr 18 '15 at 5:01
  • @David Barbera please post some example days in your question, that will help to give you more tailored help. – Máté Juhász Apr 18 '15 at 5:09

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