Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Another Question Re: Using sumif [Anwsered]

Another Question Re: Using sumif

I have a workbook that contains invoices. 
In col F  - the value of the invoice
In col I  - manually entered the date the invoice was paid. 
I col K - formula to display to display if the invoice was paid on time [Paid OK], paid late [*** PAID LATE ***] or has not yet been paid [*** LATE ***]. 
The invoices are to be paid by 04/01/2012. 
TeamName          Value                    
Team1                   £306.00                
01/01/2012           Paid OK
Team2                   £238.00                
05/01/2012           *** PAID LATE ***
Team3                   £306.00                
                                *** LATE ***
Team4                   £778.00                
14/12/2011           Paid OK
I have an overview workbook that shows Management overview of the state of the invoices. 
This shows, amongst other things:  I am showing only the formula in the ‘Income’ col. 
Rebates                 Total Income
Paid by Due Date                                £6,235.00             
(£51.00)                 £6,184.00
                                                =SUMIF('Inv-Calc'!K5:K100,"Paid OK",'Inv-Calc'!F5:F100)
Paid Late                               £714.00                
£ -                           £714.00
                                                =SUMIF(K5:K100,"*** PAID LATE ***",F5:F100)
Still To Be Paid                    £5,958.00             
(£51.00)                 £5,907.00
                                                =SUMIF('Inv-Calc'!K5:K100,"*** LATE ***",'Inv-Calc'!F5:F100)
My problem is that the last line (Still To Be Paid) is not correct and should display: 
Still To Be Paid                    £5,244.00             
(£51.00)                 £5,193.00
The difference between the figures is £714.00 - which just happens to be the correct calculation from ‘Paid Late’. 
Is this because I am using *** in the search value or something else. 
Any help would be appreciated. 
Thanking you for your help in advance.

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Is this because I am using *** in the search value or something else. 

Yes! You have answered your own question.
*** LATE *** will find both that value and *** PAID LATE *** because the asterisks will be the wild cards both sides of LATE.
To establish that is the reason, you could select the range of data and then use Find/Replace and replace PAID LATE with PAID_LATE.
(Include an underscore so it will not match *** LATE ***)
If you include the cells with the formulas and the Option for Find/Replace are Lookin formulas then it should correct the formulas also.

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