SUMPRODUCT is one of the most important Excel functions. The best part about it is, that you can modify it in several ways.

And one of its powers which I have discovered recently is: Using it as **SUMPRODUCT IF** In short, a Conditional SUMPRODUCT.

Well, as you know, you can use SUMPRODUCT to multiply and sum specified ranges or arrays. With a conditional SUMPRODUCT, you can multiply and sum those ranges which meet the criteria.

Yes, you heard it right. And you know the best part? There is no need to use the IF function for this. Isn’t it awesome?

Yes?

So today in this post, I’d like to share with you a problem and a simple way to use SUMPRODUCTIF to solve it.

So be with me to learn one of the most amazing Excel formulas and make sure to download sample files.

## How I Got to Know About this Conditional SUMPRODUCT

First thing first.

Yesterday, I got a mail from one of my subscribers. She wanted to create a conditional statement with SUMPRODUCT and IF to get data from a table.

Here is the mail which I have received:

Hey Puneet, I need your help. Is there any way to combine SUMPRODUCT IF? I have some data in a table, and I want to get the product of two columns meeting criteria. Please help me out.

Along with the mail, I got an Excel file from her with the following components. You can download this file from here to follow along.

**Stock Data:**This table is stock data that is stored in different stores of her company. It has the product name, units in stock, and weight per unit.**Drop-Down List:**A drop-down menu to select a product.

From this table, she wanted to get the total quantity of a product (units * weight per unit) by selecting the dropdown. For example, if she selects “Pulses”, the total quantity in the cell should be total by multiplying units by the quantity per unit.

Please note down, that a product name is a condition here.

## Solution with SUMPRODUCT IF

At that time, I was sure about one thing to get the sum of the product of arrays or ranges we can use SUMPRODUCT.

But here, the game was to get the sum by multiplying the total of units and quantity per unit only for the cells that meet the criteria.

And the formula we can use:

`=SUMPRODUCT(--(C7:C19=C2),E7:E19,F7:F19)`

Now, when you select an entry from the drop-down list, this formula will only return the product for cells that meet the criteria.

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## How it Works

As you already know, SUMPRODUCT can work with arrays.

The formula works in the following way.

### 1. Creating a Condition

**First**, we have an array to check the condition of the product name. It will check the values from the product column, and return TRUE for the matched values, and FALSE for others.

### 2. Using Double Minus Sign

Now, the next thing is to convert TRUE-FALSE values into 0-1 so that we can use them in the calculation. And for this, we have used the double minus sign before the first array.

### 3. Multiplying Arrays

After converting TRUE-FALSE into 0-1 the array will look something like this. Here all the values where criteria are not met, we have zeros.

Remember, when anything multiplies with zero it returns to zero. In this way, we get the product for only those cells where we have 1. In short, where the condition is met.

## Download Sample File

## Conclusion

The best part about using this conditional SUMPRODUCT is you don’t need to use IF and all the calculation is in a single cell. As I said SUMPRODUCT is one of the most powerful functions and this is the best thing you can do with its powers.

Now tell me one thing.

*Have you ever tried using a condition in SUMPRODUCT before?*

Please share your views with me in the comment section. I’d love to hear from you and please don’t forget to share it with your friends, I am sure they will appreciate it.

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Hi Puneet,

This formula awesome!.

What if there is 1 more criteria need to be match(e.g. Cost Center with same products).

Much appreciate if you can advise this.

hi

can any one help to get the available qty of a part

table is like below

a1,a2,a3,a4 | available Qty1| available Qty2 | etc

Inv

A1 | 24

A2 | 30

A3 | 24

A4 | 15

Price so on so

Hi Puneet,

I want help with using sumproduct formula.

for eg

Item 100 piper has two serving (pegs) sizes (30 ml and 60 ml).

On a day sale is

30 Ml = 4 pegs = 120 ML

60 ml = 2 pegs = 120 ML

Total = 240 ML

What I want is how to apply the formula sumproduct so that

the sum comes in one place

Mohit, this is how I have used the example in my explanation. try to use the sample file that I have shared. let me know if you need further help. 🙂

I’m looking to use sumproduct to return a cumulative total or a zero for monthly totals year-to-date, January thru December, for months less than or equal to the current month or for months with no values which would be future months. I’m not seeing and examples in my search, see below:

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 0 0 0 0 0

Desired results:

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 0 0 0 0 0

All attempts using conditional operators — , etc have returne #Value! or other error while using the * returns:

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 35 35 35 35 35

Do not want the existing cumulative total to be repeated in future months that have no zeros i.e. no monthly totals yet.

I would solve this different:

my excel is in german so i am not really sure about the right comands but i will try.

if(month(today())>Month(1 & A1); 5*Month(1 & A1); 0)

A1.value = Jan in your example

In the same example if I have multiple stores how to get total weight of the store which I will select from drop down.

it should be based on below conditions

Store

Name of the product

Product quantity

Product weight

Store Total Quantity

Abc 0

Store Packing Number Product Packing Size Unit Quantity Per Unit/Grams

abc R175338 Rosted Almonds Large 10 500

xyz R189624 Raw Peanuts Medium 25 300

rmp P188394 Popcorn Seeds Large 35 160

abc P144948 Pulses Large 28 450

xyz C110032 Cinnamon Powder Small 12 80

please help and reslove

Hey,

Thanks for this great explanation on this function. This is what I will probably need but I see SUMPRODUCT thinks with ‘and’ by default. Unfortunately, I need the ‘or’ version if feasible. The task is simple, I have a row of values (1,2,3,4,5) and a sheet full of values on the other side. I want to tell Sumproduct to count the number of rows in the table where any of my numbers occur. Each row should only be counted once regardless of how many matches found there. For this I will need to tell excel to “count rows in the range where any of the values from the 1-2-3-4-5 occur.” Would this be possible? I have searched so many forums and explanations on this function, no solution found. Each of them counts the number of cells (not the rows) or counts them only if multiple criteria are met at the same time. None of these fit my purpose. Thanks.

I have discovered this amazing function, but my Mac struggles with it. I would like to multiply array 1 by array 2. One of these is a lookup in a table based on array 2.

Is this possible?

The other problem is with gaps or blanks in arrays, do these disable the SUMPRODUCT function.

would this work on product() too? I am trying to calculate compounded returns and need to conditionally select daily data for each month and compound it to a single value.

share a snapshot of data.

Dear Sir,

Please provide me advance nested Index and matching formula. i have lot of doubt while using this.

Regards

Maheswar

Hi, Puneet, May I ask you how to filter a pivot table with “*”

say, I wish to filter a field with items start with “CS”

Thanks!

Puneet …. You are the best. …. A gem !!!

Thanks for your words.

What if i want to use the sumproduct formula to count zeros?? i’m making a form that needs to count days worked and days not worked, i have multiple criteria and it worked perfectly to sum the days worked…

Thanks Puneet, this is fantastic; really helpful!

The good things are simple, very good

Thank very useful information.

Two condition lookup i have used sumproduct.

Nice work – thanks for the help on this!

Nice explanation

Hi! Can you please help with a solution to a problem I am having?

I have a table of x’s and 0’s and a column with numbers. I need to find a way to get a total for the rows where I have x’s like this: sum=numbers on the column*cells with x in them

Thank you in advance.

Could you create a further column with ‘countif (A1:X1,=”X”)’

Where ‘A1:X1’ is the first row cell references. This should give you the number of ‘X’s in the row – and then you multiply by the relevant cell in the column with numbers?

Nice explanation

Nice explanation,please can you help me to calculate with between dates

Thanks for the example. Is there away to make it even more flexible? In the example above, there is a store id unique product. I want the user to have two drop down boxes where they can select store and/or product. Is there a way build a formula to return a sum if the store or product was left blank? using sumproduct would result in a zero value is one was left blank.

What if i want to add a list in the dropdown that is “ALL”?

Excellent tips…thanks for sharing us…

I’m so glad you liked it. 🙂

Very good solution.

Thank you!

I’m so glad you liked it. 🙂

excellent!!! Really love your post

I’m so glad you liked it.

Hi Puneet!

I wish you add an option to download the PDF version of discussions for future references.

Thanks

Ahmed Sheikh

Didn’t get you, please come again.

Well I wanted you to add an option to download the PDF version of your posts/discussions for our future references as in KAWSAR’s discussions.

Thankyou

That is an awesome solution. Thank you so much for the insight and sharing the knowledge 🙂

You’re Welcome

Very helpful. I found an identical solution elsewhere on a forum, but because it was explained so poorly I didn’t think it was the solution to my problem. Thank you for explaining how this works with a working example. This is exactly what I was looking for.

I’m happy you have found this useful.

Thank You

You’re welcome. 🙂

Hi Puneet. Thanks for the use of the double negative

You’re welcome, Adrian.

The double negative can also be replaced by the N() function. Since in excel 2003 there was nothing to convert TRUE/FALSE to numbers so I used double negative. But a really cool tutorial overall!

Thank You Chandeep for improvement.

Well, I never thought I can use it.

Super awesome.

Nice Puneet

Thanks Ratanak.

Thanks

Thanks Puneet, you are really a genius