Supercharge Your Excel Sum Operations: Worksheets and Exhibits

BY J.D. KERN

Editor's note: These are Web-exclusive exhibits for "Supercharge Your Excel Sum Operations."

Click here to download sample Excel worksheets. Each of the article's four exhibits is an individual worksheet in a single downloadable Excel file. It includes:

Exhibit 1: Sales by person using SUMIF

Exhibit 2: Basic functioning of SUMPRODUCT

Exhibit 3: Sales by person and month using SUMPRODUCT

Exhibit 4: TRUE-FALSE values as ones and zeros

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