## What is the formula for Sumif function?

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## What is the formula for Sumif function?

If you want, you can apply the criteria to one range and sum the corresponding values in a different range. For example, the formula =SUMIF(B2:B5, “John”, C2:C5) sums only the values in the range C2:C5, where the corresponding cells in the range B2:B5 equal “John.”

**How do I use the Today function with the Sumif function?**

To sum sale volumes if they occurred before today in Excel, we can get it done with the SUMIF function easily as following: Find a blank cell (in our case, we select the Cell B21), enter the formula =SUMIF($A$2:$A$20,”<“ODAY(),B2:B20) and press the Enter key.

### Why is my Sumif not working?

SUMIF Not Working Because of Uneven Data Format As you know that the SUMIF function deals with numbers that can be summed up. At first, you have to check the sum range whether it is in the proper number format or not. While importing data from other sources, facing uneven data formats is not so rare.

**How do I Sumifs a date range?**

To sum values within a certain date range, use a SUMIFS formula with start and end dates as criteria. The syntax of the SUMIFS function requires that you first specify the values to add up (sum_range), and then provide range/criteria pairs. In our case, the range (a list of dates) will be the same for both criteria.

#### How do you sum values based on criteria in another column?

Select a blank cell besides the pasted column, type the formula =SUMIF($A$2:$A$24, D2, $B$2:$B$24) into it, and then drag its AutoFill Handle down the range as you need.

**How do I use the Sumif date formula?**

Use the correct syntax for criteria When checking dates using SUMIFS, a date should be put inside the quotation marks like “>=9/10/2020”; cell references and functions should be placed outside the quotes like “<=”&G1 or “<=”ODAY(). For full details, please see date criteria syntax.

## How do I use SUMPRODUCT Sumif?

The Excel SUMPRODUCT function multiplies ranges or arrays together and returns the sum of products. This sounds boring, but SUMPRODUCT is an incredibly versatile function that can be used to count and sum like COUNTIFS or SUMIFS, but with more flexibility….SUMPRODUCT for conditional sums and counts.

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**Why is my Sumifs returning wrong value?**

The issue is that your criteria range (B3) and sum range (C3:I3) are not the same size, so your sum range is trimmed to match the size of the criteria range, effectively only summing C3. Help in Excel sort of explains this (the example used shows how the sum range increases if it is smaller than the criteria range).

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