I have the following Excel spreadsheet:
In Column A you can find different products. In Column B the
number of orders of each product and in Column C the
profit per product.
In Column D the
total profit for each product is calculated by multiply the values in Column B with the values in Column C.
In Column E the product with the lowest
total profit is displayed by using the following formula:
All this works fine so far.
Now I want to get rid of Column D because it only serves as a
helper column in order to identify the product with the lowest
How do I have to modify my formula in Column E to show the lowest
total profit without the helper Column D.
I was thinking about something like this:
=IF(B2 x C2 =SMALL($B$2:$B$7 x $C$2:$C$7,1),"Lowest","")
That formula works as an array – Ctrl+Shift+Enter while still in the formula bar
=IF(B2*C2 =SMALL($B$2:$B$7*$C$2:$C$7,1),"Lowest","") if you done it right it will wrap it in