SUMIF WITH WILDCARD CRITERIA

larper

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I have a file with a column that has multiple business names (which have a ending character that is common for multiple businesses) and I want to sum up the margins (in another column) for business ending the same. So I have business ending in "1" , "B", "D" & "X". So it would be great to like SUMIF(BUSINESS, LIKE %1, MARGIN). I know there is a way, I try a couple of SUMPRODUCT but to no sucess.

Thanks for the Help.
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Aladin Akyurek

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=SUMIF(BusinessRange,"*B",MarginRange)

would sum margins corresponding to business names ending in B.
 

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