Is this a conditional sumif problem?

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In column A is a list of transaction types (ACH, Check, Sweep Buy, etc). In column B is the transaction amount. There are about 2000 rows.

In another cell, I want to sum ONLY the ACH transactions that are for less than $100. A SUMIF(, of course, sums all the ACH transaction amounts. How do I do a sumif that will essentially be a sumif(a:a,"ACH",b:b), but ONLY do sum the ACH transactions of less than $100?

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Scott Huish

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Try this:

Code:
=SUMPRODUCT(--($A$1:$A$2000="ACH"),--($B$1:$B$2000<100),$B$1:$B$2000)
 

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