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Just an off-the-top-of-my-head stab at it, but can't you do something

=SUMIF(($O$2:$O$131="x" AND $AU$2:$AU$131="Dk Blue"), $AW$2:$AW$131)



On Tue, 29 Jul 2014 16:34:00 -0500
Wade Smart <> wrote:

I have a spread sheet I use to manage a soccer league.

This shows me of the registered players who is on Dk Blue team.
=SUMPRODUCT($AU$2:$AU$131="Dk Blue", $O$2:$O$131="x")

This shows me the team strength based on assigned values of the
players. =SUMPRODUCT($AU$2:$AU$131="Dk Blue", $AW$2:$AW$131)

I would like to do something like this (this will not work):
=SUMIF($O$2:$O$131="x",$AU$2:$AU$131="Dk Blue", $AW$2:$AW$131)

If 02-0131 is the Spring registration column. If there is a "x" there
then I know
they are playing for the year. I would like to say, "If they are
registered for spring then add up the points in AW2-131 if they are
on TeamName.

Any ideas appreciated.

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