SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT Formula not working

Kclynn

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Can anyone tell me why the formula in column C on the summary tab does not work? I am adding the summary sheet and one of 4 of the worksheets.
PickKitVer1.xlsm
ABC
1FruitSum of Sales in all regions (Manually type the worksheet name)Sum of Sales in all regions (Using Ref Sheet)
2Panel Build2#N/A
3664X33D11#N/A
4GLS-142075-AS10#N/A
5LC-16474310#N/A
6C/146132/MC/2011#N/A
7M/50/LSU/CP7#N/A
8Enclosure #18#N/A
9Enclosure #28#N/A
10Enclosure #35#N/A
11FEN20-16DXP
12RSM RKM 461-3M/S3059
13RSSD RSSD 441-5M
Summary
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RangeFormula
B2:B10B2=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&{"KIT0041","KIT0042","KIT0001"}&"'!$B$10:$B$37"),A2,INDIRECT("'"&{"KIT0041","KIT0042","KIT0001"}&"'!$D$10:$D$37")))
C2:C10C2=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&RefSheet!$B$3:$B$7&"'!$A$2:$A$10"),A2,INDIRECT("'"&RefSheet!$B$3:$B$9&"'!$D$2:$D$10")))
 

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Fluff

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One possibility is, your range on the RefSheet varies.
 

Kclynn

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I did change that now the N/A just show as #REF!
 

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Are both formulae meant to be doing the same thing?
 

Kclynn

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Also if I take the formula showing the individual tab names and try to change it to a range that didn't work for me either. I have been trying most of the week to get this working and I am just frustrated.
 

steve the fish

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For sure you will get na error if the sheet name ranges are not the same size. You will get a ref error if none exist.
 

steve the fish

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Actually that shouldnt say none it should say any of them dont exist or any of the cells are blank.
 

Kclynn

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I don't see anything in the formula that does not exist.
 

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