c53=yes

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    SUMIFS can criteria1 be a range and criteria2 be a single cell in a sumifs statement

    <tbody> =SUMIF($A$1:$A$47,"=4",C1:C47) --> This was my simple formula before. Simply sum C1 to C47 if A1 to A47 contain 4. =SUMIF($A$1:$A$47,"=4",AND N53="YES",C1:C47 ---> Now I want to add an "AND/IF" C53="YES" (If C53 = "NO", return 0) =SUMifs((A1:A47,"=4")*(C53="yes")*C1:C47,0)...

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