|Mar 12, 2010, 03:52 PM||#1|
Numbers Help - sum column based on value in other column
I'm sure this is easy to answer by someone with basic spreadsheet skills, which I lack...
I have a column of numbers (miles) and a column of use (Personal, Medical, Business).
How do I set up 3 formulas so that I get the sum of the mileage column for each of the Personal, Medical, and Business categories?
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|Mar 13, 2010, 09:01 AM||#2|
What you want is the SUMIF command.
=SUMIF([range of labels],[label to test],[range of miles])
The spreadsheet below used this formula:
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