Conditional Sum using wild cards??

MaddMike

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I have tried this conditional sum but receive 0 as the answer when I know it is not correct.

=SUM(IF($C$2:$C$63="WS-C650*",$G$2:$G$63,0)

Can wild cards be used in a conditional sum?

Should I be using a different function?
 

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Norie

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Why not use SUMIF?

=SUMIF($C$2:$C$63,"WS-C650*", $G$2:$G$63)
 

MaddMike

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Thanks,

I guess I was over complicating the issue.

Much Appreciated!! :biggrin:
 

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