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Dear Sir,

I have a Data list as below:

AB1   1   8   15
AB2   2   9   16
AC1   3   10   17
AB1   4   11   18
AC1   5   12   19
AC2   6   13   20
AB2   7   14   21
AC2   8   15   22

and from above data list, i am having a problem to get a sum based on below criteria as marked "??"

  AB1   AB2   AC1   AC2
APPLE   ??   ??   ??   ??
MANGO   ??   ??   ??   ??
ORANGE   ??   ??   ??   ??

Please help


Formula for Table
Formula for Table  

Tested in Excel 2013

Assume your first data table is in cells A1:D9  (of course A1 is blank)

Assume your AB1 AB2 AC1 AC2  are in B11:E11
Assume your   

are in A12:A14

B12:  =SUMIF($A$2:$A$9,B$11,INDEX($B$2:$D$9,0,MATCH($A12,$B$1:$D$1,0)))

then select B2 and drag fill to the right to E12
Select B12:E12 and drag down to B14:E14

that produced this:

  AB1   AB2   AC1   AC2
APPLE   5   9   8   14
MANGO   19   23   22   28
ORANGE   33   37   36   42

in A11:E14

Tom Ogilvy  
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