Sum If with 2 checks

Carly

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I have a column which contains either "Stocked", "NonStocked" or "Sourced", another column containing either "Manual Review", "Repatriate" or "Clearance" and another column containing a sales value.

What I would like to so is SUM the sales value field when the 1st column contains "Stocked" & the 2nd column contains "Manaul Review"...Is there any way I can do this without creating a new field with a concatenated value.

Any help would be greatly received.

Regards

Carly
 

Excel Facts

Square and cube roots
The =SQRT(25) is a square root. For a cube root, use =125^(1/3). For a fourth root, use =625^(1/4).
Try something like:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A5="stocked"),--(B1:B5="manual review"),--(C1:C5))
 
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