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Certainly! To calculate the total sales amount for each salesperson, but only for sales of products in the "Electronics" category that occurred in the month of January, you can use the following Excel formula:
=SUMPRODUCT((($A$2:$A$100=A2)($B$2:$B$100="Electronics")($C$2:$C$100)((MONTH($D$2:$D$100)=1)(YEAR($D$2:$D$100)=YEAR(TODAY())))),($A$2:$A$100<>""))
Let's break down this formula:

$A$2:$A$100
and similar ranges represent the data range for each column, starting from row 2 (assuming row 1 contains headers). Adjust these ranges based on your actual data size. 
A2
represents the current cell in column A where the formula is being evaluated. This is used to match the salesperson's name. 
$B$2:$B$100="Electronics"
checks if the product category in column B is "Electronics". 
$C$2:$C$100
represents the sales amount column. 
MONTH($D$2:$D$100)=1
checks if the month value of the date in column D is equal to 1 (January). 
YEAR($D$2:$D$100)=YEAR(TODAY())
checks if the year value of the date in column D is equal to the current year. 
(($A$2:$A$100=A2)*($B$2:$B$100="Electronics")*($C$2:$C$100)*((MONTH($D$2:$D$100)=1)*(YEAR($D$2:$D$100)=YEAR(TODAY()))))
combines all the conditions using multiplication. If any condition is FALSE (0), the result for that row will be 0; otherwise, it will be the sales amount. 
SUMPRODUCT
calculates the sum of the products of the corresponding array elements. 
($A$2:$A$100<>"")
checks if the cell in column A is not blank, ensuring that blank rows are excluded from the calculation.
To use this formula, follow these steps:
 Enter the formula in the cell where you want the result to appear.
 Adjust the ranges ($A$2:$A$100, $B$2:$B$100, $C$2:$C$100, $D$2:$D$100) based on your actual data size.
 The formula will calculate the total sales amount for each salesperson, but only for sales of products in the "Electronics" category that occurred in January of the current year.
 If you need to calculate for a different year, replace
YEAR(TODAY())
with the desired year.
Note: This formula assumes that your data is structured correctly, with salesperson names in column A, product categories in column B, sales amounts in column C, and dates in column D. If your data is structured differently, you may need to modify the formula accordingly.
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