# How to apply SUMIF Function in a worksheet of Ms

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ARITHMETIC OPERATORS
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+ (Plus sign)
+ is for Addition. For example
=C3+B3
* (asterisk sign
* is for Multiplication. For example
for multiplication) =C3*B3
/ (forward slash) / is for Division. For example
=C3/B3
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% (percent sign) - is for Percentage. For example
=C3-B3
COMPARISON OPERATORS
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=
(equal sign)
Equal to, example
A1=B1
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> (greater than
Greater than, example
sign)
A1>B1
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< (less than
sign)
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>= (greater than
Greater than or equal to, example
or equal to sign) A1>=B1
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<= (Less than or
Less than or equal to, example
equal to)
A1<=B1
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Less than, example
A1<B1
<> ( not equal to
Not Equal to, example
sign)
A1<>B1
FUNCTIONS
Subtraction,
11 Multiplication &
Division.
INT
Solve the assignment. +-*/
To convert the number into integer.
i.e; =(C11/60) result 5.35 but with
=INT(C11/60) result 5
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=COUNT(C5:C10)
Count numeric cells in the range C5 to C10.
12 Count
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=COUNT(C5:C10,D5:D10)
Count numeric cells in the range C5 to C10 and D5 and D10.
=COUNTA(C5:C10)
13 CountA
Count alphabets cells in the range C5 to C10.
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=COUNTA(C5:C10,D5:D10)
Count alphabet cells in the range C5 to C10 and D5 and D10.
14 Countblank
=COUNTBLANK(C5:C10)
Count blank cells in the range C5 to C10.
=COUNTIF(C5:C10,B3)
=COUNTIF(Range to check, Criteria)
15 CountIF
Exercise#1 - Apply CountIf function
Exercise#2 - Apply CountIf Function
16 DCount
17 DCountA
18 Sum
=SUM(C5:C10)
Get you the total sum of C5 to C10
19 DSum
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=SUMIF(range to check, criteria, range to total)
20 SumIf
21 Average
=AVERAGE(C5:C10)
Average of numbers in the range C5 to C10
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or
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=AVERAGE(C5:C10,D5:D10)
Average of numbers in the range C5 to C10 and D5 to D10
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or
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=AVERAGE(C5,C7,C10,D5)
Average of numbers in the cells C5,C7,C10 and D5
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23 MAX
=MAX(C5:C10)
Highest value in the range C5 to C10
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=MAX(C5:C10, D5:D10)
Highest value in the range C5 to C10 and D5 to D10
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=MAX(10,5,18)
Highest value 18.
24 DMAX
25 MAXA
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=MIN(C5:C10)
Lowest value in the range C5 to C10
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=MIN(C5:C10, D5:D10)
Lowest value in the range C5 to C10 and D5 to D10
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=MIN(10,5,18)
Lowest value 5.
26 MIN
27 DMIN
28 MINA
29 Lookup
30 VLookup
Take an assignment
31 HLookup
KINDS OF REFERENCES USED WITH DATA
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32 Relative
reference
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Demo
=A4*B1 we want to keep B1 (which is 10%) constant when copy down the formulas
using hand fill. But it will change B1 to B2 then to B3, B4 and so on as it moves down.
So, to keep B1 constant and not changing, highlight cell B1 and press F4 and it will look
like it as below:
=A4*B1
=A4*\$B\$1
Design the table below, apply formula and apply Relative reference.
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Absolute reference
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Watch Video Demo
Mixed reference
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Watch Video Demo
=\$B\$3*\$C\$3
If the formula with absolute reference is copied, the cell references
used in the formula remain unchanged (no change in columns and row
number). To achieve this, use \$ symbol before the column letter and row
number. For example, when the formula =\$B\$3*\$C\$3 in cell D3 is copied to
D4, the formula will be =\$B\$3*\$C\$3 itself because both column letter and row
numbers are made constant, which means the result in cells D3 and D4 will be
the same.
=B3*\$C3
If a a formula with mixed reference is copied, the cell reference used in the
formula will change either the column letter or row number but not both of
them. To achieve this, use \$ symbol before the column letter or the row
number. For example, when the formula = B\$3*C\$3 in cell D3 is copied to D4,
it will be =B\$3*C\$3. But if the formula is copied to cell E3, it will be C\$3*D\$3
because, the row numbers are made constant and not the column letters.
IF STATEMENT
=IF(condition, true action, false action)
i.e;
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If Statement
If
If
If
If
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Code
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Code
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C then multiply named cell Cheap by the Duration.
I then multiply named cell Intl by the Duration.
P then multiply named cell Peak by the Duration.
not C,I or P then use zero.
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=IF(C16="C",Cheap*D16,IF(C16="I",Intl*D16,IF(C16="P",Peak*D16,0)))
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Note: Above when all three conditions are false then it should have "Zero". You can define anything
here such as instead of zero you could say "Ta Ta" or "Ha Ha".
Take an assignment
SORT DATA
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Sorting Ascending /
Descending order
APPLY FILTER
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Apply Filter
Solve the assignment
CONDITIONAL FORMATTING
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Apply conditional
formatting to data
Solve the assignment
ROUND
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RoundDown
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ROUNDUP
DESIGNING CHARTS
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Charts/Graphs
Solve the assignment
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Goal seek
From Top Menu click Tools / Goal seek.
PROTECTING SHEET/CELL - EDITING A PROTECTED SHEET
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Protecting CELLS
PG:93
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Protecting worksheet
PG:94
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Editing a Protected
Sheet
Select Tools, Protection, Unprotect sheet. you will b asked to enter the
HIDE / UNHIDE GRIDLINES / COLUMNS / ROWS
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Hiding gridlines
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Hiding columns /
rows
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Right-click any toolbar, and a list of toolbars appears. (The list will be different
in Excel 2000)
Check Forms. The forms toolbar appears. Check the Toggle Grid button on
this toolbar, and the gridlines disappear.
Click the column header from column L.
Select Format, Column, Hide, or right-click in the column header and select
hide.
To unhide hidden columns and rows, click and
drag to select column and rows heading on
both sides of the hidden columns and rows.
Then right click (short menu) and choose
unhide.
Un-hiding columns /
rows
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Transfer data from an
input to form to a
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database workbook
PG:99
The user
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interface:125
FORMATTING DATA
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Footer.
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Insert External data
From Top Menu click Data / Import External Data / import data.
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Merge cells
Select cells, rows or columns
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Change Column Width
Change Column Height
Insert a picture from
clipart
Insert a Picture from file
Alignment, left center,
right, justify
and from the top menu bar click the icon.
From Top Menu click Format / Column / Width.
From Top Menu click Format / Row / Height.
From Top Menu click Insert / Picture / From Clip art.
From Top Menu click Insert / Picture / From file.
From the Top Icons
Left, Center, Right and Justify.
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Bold, Italic, Underline
From the Top Icons
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Font Color
From the Top Icons
is for Font Color.
From the Top Icons
is for Font Color.
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Color
B is for Bold, I is for Italic and U is for underline.
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Select atleast 2 cells and then from the Top menu choose Format / AutoFormat
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Insert borders
From the Top Icons
is for Borders.
FORMAT CELLS
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Text orientation
Press the mouse with right button Click Format Cells and then choose
Alignment / Orientation.
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Text wrap
Press the mouse with right button Click Format Cells and then choose
Alignment / Text Control / Wrap Text.
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Apply a time format to
data (mm/dd/yy) or
(dd/mm/yy)
Apply specific decimal
size to data
Apply currency signs with
the data
Press the mouse with right button Click Format Cells and then choose Number
/ Category / Date / Type.
Press the mouse with right button Click Format Cells / Number / Category /
Number /Decimal Places.
Press the mouse with right button Click Format Cells / Number / Category /
Currency.
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Apply Percentage sign
with data
PRINTING
Press the mouse with right button Click Format Cells / Number / Category /
Percentage.
Printing with Formulas
Visible
From Top Menu Bar - Click over File/Page Setup/Sheet/ then check box "Row
Printing with rows and
columns
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Print in Landscape /
Portrait
Print fit on a single page
Top Menu Bar - Click over File/Page Setup/ now choose Portrait or
Landscape.
Top Menu Bar - Click over File/Page Setup/ now under scaling check box
"Fit to" type 1.
Print fit on a single page & Top Menu Bar - Click over File/Page Setup/ now under scaling check box
"Fit to" 1 and next to it "page(s) width by" type 2 tall or as desired.
2 to 3 page(s) tall.