# Formula works in two, but not third column

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Hello,
I have a formula to sum cells across multiple sheets that workes perfectly for two of the three columns that I need. When I evaluate the formula @ Q1 Summary!E9 the last step of the evaluation is correct, Sumproduct({4,4,4}), but then it produces 0, not 12 as I would expect. I have tried putting the formula in other cells, and tried changing the number format between General and Number to no avail. Now I am completely stuck.

Q1 SUMMARY

 B C D E 8 Site # FINAL SCORE FINAL SCORE FINAL SCORE 9 1000 10

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 Cell Formula C9 =SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&Qone&"'!B9:B15"),B9,INDIRECT("'"&Qone&"'!S9:S15"))) D9 =SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&Qone&"'!B9:B15"),B9,INDIRECT("'"&Qone&"'!AG9:AG15"))) E9 =SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&Qone&"'!B9:B15"),B9,INDIRECT("'"&Qone&"'!AU9:AU15")))

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Names in Formulas
 Cell Name Applies to C9 Qone ='Q1 SUMMARY'!\$K\$1:\$K\$3 D9 Qone ='Q1 SUMMARY'!\$K\$1:\$K\$3 E9 Qone ='Q1 SUMMARY'!\$K\$1:\$K\$3

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P1 2013

 B S AG AU 8 Site # RANK RANK RANK 9 1000 6 4

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 Cell Formula S9 =RANK(R9,\$R\$9:\$R\$15,0) AU9 =RANK(AT9,\$AT\$9:\$AT\$15,0)

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P2 2013

 B S AG AU 8 Site # RANK RANK RANK 9 1000 4 4

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 Cell Formula S9 =RANK(R9,\$R\$9:\$R\$15,0) AU9 =RANK(AT9,\$AT\$9:\$AT\$15,0)

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P3 2013

 B S AG AU 8 Site # RANK RANK RANK 9 1000

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 Cell Formula S9 =IFERROR(RANK(R9,\$R\$9:\$R\$15,0),0) AU9 =IFERROR(RANK(AT9,\$AT\$9:\$AT\$15,0),0)

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