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[libreoffice-users] Calc 6.0.6.2 IF criteria statement help


Hi,

What I need help with is the formula to find any row from Data.$A$3 to Data$A$1000 and after shortening the 8 digit date value to 6 digit value, and having the same 6 digit value as Summary.$A4, forward ONLY those rows onto the next part of the formula i.e. SUMIF.

I have a formula shown below but currently is showing me #VALUE! as my result.

"=IF(INT(Data.$A$31:Data.$A$50/100)=Summary.$A4,SUMIF(Data.$F$31:Data.$F$50,"N",Data.$C$31:Data.$C$50))"

I have identified the problem where the INT value = Summary.$A4

What would the correct syntax be to have a criteria equal a specified value as a criteria in a formula? I tried encasing "INT...=Summary.A4", but no luck.

SUMIFS does not assist as the criteria to find, after INT shortening must equal another value before the next step can be carried out.

Appreciate any help. Where should I upload a file Nabble, GDrive, other?

Regards
Hylton

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