SUMIF and AND Functions

IluvPivots

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What would the formula look like if I want to use both functions.

SUM column D
If Column A = "Label1"
AND
Collumn B = "Lable2"

Help Please.
 

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Norie

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Well it would probably not look like SUMIF or AND, it would probably look more like SUMPRODUCT.:)
 

IluvPivots

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Not sure how that would help?
I just need to sum 1 column but only if criteria is met in 2 other columns.
 
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