I have a worksheet which contains a list of parameters ‘Parameters’:
A | B | C | D | E | Manufacturer | Item Type | Price From | Price To | Percentage | Apple | Mobile Phone | 0.00 | 99.99 | 50% | Apple | Mobile Phone | 100.00 | 149.99 | 45% | Apple | Tablet | 0.00 | 99.99 | 65% |
I have another worksheet which contains a list of retail items ‘Retail Stock’:
A | B | C | D | Manufacturer | Item Type | Purchase Price | Retail Price | Apple | Mobile Phone | 80.00 | ? | Apple | Mobile Phone | 120.00 | ? | Apple | Tablet | 95.00 | ? |
What I need to do in column D of ‘Retail Stock’ Worksheet, I need to pull back the relevant Percentage from the parameters worksheet in order to work out the Retail Price.
To find the percentage I need to do a lookup on Parameters worksheet, passing Manufacturer, Item Type and Purchase Price.
Please can someone advise on this,
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You could use
I don’t think there can be overlaps in prices as this wouldn’t make much sense to me, so the above should give you the appropriate percentage.
Format as appropriate.
Note: If there is no match, then the function will return
SUMIFS will take the sum from the column
E of Parameters, provided that:
- Column A is equal to A2,
- Column B is equal to B2,
- Column C is below C2,
- Column D is above C2
here will only ever be one match, there will be no overlap in parameters
Try this one:
=SUMPRODUCT((Parameters!$A$2:$A$100=A2)* (Parameters!$B$2:$B$100=B2)* (C2>=Parameters!$C$2:$C$100)* (C2<=Parameters!$D$2:$D$100)* (Parameters!$E$2:$E$100) )
for non matching rows formula returns