Learning this formula can open up a new world to novice Excel users. I've used the SUMIF function in everything from time-sheets to financial statement
compilation.It’s very easy to set up and it can have a profound effect on how you record and report information.
On the top of the spreadsheet we have a summary section where we’ll use SUMIFs to calculate the sales for each region.
Starting in row 15 we have a list of sales transactions with each record containing the Sale Number, Sale Amount, and Region Number. There are a total of 50 transactions listed.
Let’s create the SUMIF formula for our summary section.
In cell C3 I typed the following formula:
Refer to the graphic below for an explanation of the formula.
Next, we can copy the formula in C3 (Ctrl+C) and paste it (Ctrl+V) down the rest of the cells in our summary (C4 through C12). In C13 we can simply sum each region to get a total. In C13 I typed =SUM(C3:C12)
That's a basic SUMIF function.
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