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# SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

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# SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

Hello experts,

I need to sum an [Amount] if the [Type] column = *Liquid* but only if the [Paid Date] is null.  But I also need to convert the [Amount] if the currency is either EUR or DKK.  If EUR then multiply by 1.1 and if DKK then divide by 6.7.

thank you very much.  Let me know if not clear.

6 Replies
best response confirmed by Tony2021 (Super Contributor)
Solution

# Re: SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

I'd create a lookup range. In the attached workbook it is in O2:P4 but it can be anywhere, even on another sheet.

(P2 contains the formula =1/6.7)

You can then use the formula

=SUMPRODUCT(C2:C5,XLOOKUP(B2:B5,O2:O4,P2:P4),(D2:D5="Liquid")*(E2:E5=""))

If you don't have Microsoft 365 or Office 2021:

=SUMPRODUCT(C2:C5,VLOOKUP(B2:B5,O2:P4,2,FALSE),(D2:D5="Liquid")*(E2:E5=""))

# Re: SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

My variant:

``````=LET(
dkk, SUMIFS(amt, curr, "DKK", type, "Liquid", paid, "") / 6.7,
eur, SUMIFS(amt, curr, "EUR", type, "Liquid", paid, "") * 1.1,
dkk + eur
)``````

# Re: SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

amazing. Both work. I dont know which one to mark as best answer. ?

# Re: SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

Just pick one - it doesn't matter which one.

# Re: SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

Just to reinforce the fact that there is usually a choice of solution approach

``````= LET(
factoredAmt, amount * XLOOKUP(Curr, Currency, Factor),
criterion,   (type="Liquid") * (paid_date=""),
filteredAmt, FILTER(factoredAmt, criterion),
SUM(filteredAmt)
)``````

(For 'best' go with the one you use or, failing that, settle for the first correct solution)

# Re: SumIF (2 criteria & currency conversion)

thank you very much. great answers. I chose the first one as the best answer since it was a first answer.