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    Very nice,

    xld I was wondering what Am I doing wrong here

    [VBA]=IF(N13<>0,SUM(E7:E507),SUMPRODUCT(--(E7:E507=(MID(E7:E507,2,1)="1")),E7:E507))[/VBA]

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    Distinguished Lord of VBAX VBAX Grand Master Bob Phillips's Avatar
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    You don't compare the whole range against the whole range against a value, just a value.

    Maybe
    [VBA]=If(N13<>0,SUM(E7:E507),SUMPRODUCT(--(MID(E7:E507,2,1)="1"),E7:E507)) [/VBA]

    What are you trying to achieve?
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    I want to add the values in Range E7:E507 as long as they have second digit "1" and Cell N13 is empty, Otherwise sum everything in range E7:E507

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredlo2010
    I want to add the values in Range E7:E507 as long as they have second digit "1" and Cell N13 is empty, Otherwise sum everything in range E7:E507

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    Did you try what I suggested?
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    I am a little ashamed to admit this but I was comparing the wrong ranges. It was supposed to be compare Range "A7:A507" and Add range "E7:E507".

    So yes xld your formula works perfectly. I was not getting it right the first time I think I understand it better now. Yet practice makes the master. I fixed the issue with my ranges and the if statement a little bit to fit my needs? But who needs a formula when you can get a mega formula to make all the job for you and make sure all bases are covered.

    So here is my final formula. I tried to Improve it to make it shorter but I failed.

    [VBA]=IF(N13=0,SUM(E7:E507),SUMPRODUCT(--(MID(A7:A507,2,1)="1"),--(A7:A507<>5114),--(A7:A507<>5124),--(A7:A507<>5113),--(A7:A507<>5123),--(A7:A507<>5116),--(A7:A507<>5118),E7:E507))[/VBA]

    One thing is for sure it works

    Ps. Sorry I took so long to respond busy day today at work
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    You could use

    =IF(N13=0,SUM(E7:E20),
    SUMPRODUCT(--(MID(A7:A20,2,1)="1"),--(NOT(ISNUMBER(MATCH(A7:A20,{5113,5114,5116,5118,5123,5124},0)))),E7:E20))
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    Thanks xld,

    It works perfectly. Instead of trying to learn VBA I should learn Excel functions first. I never used NOT before ever.
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