SUMPRODUCT function | Multiple uses [Video]



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In this Video tutorial, we explain the SUMPRODUCT function, and how to use it to sum the product of two or more arrays.
I also show you in Office 365, the SUM function can now handle array operations, because of the new dynamic arrays in Excel!
We also show how you can use the SUMPRODUCT function to sum and count with Criteria just like SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTIF and COUNTIFS functions.
We also show how to use it to SUM and COUNT with OR and AND conditions, which is something that the SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTIF, COUNTIFs functions can’t do!

Please watch the video and let me know if you have any comments or feedback in the comments section below.

Special Thanks to Leila Gharani for giving me the inspiration to do this Video!

I hope you like that Tutorial.

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