using sum in array format

Joe C

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=SUM(($B1:$E2="Fuel")*($F1:$I2)*($A$1:$A$1="A"))

I was hoping to use the above Array formula
The only problem is that I want the last part only to check one row.
Is there some way to tell the formula not to worry about expanding the A criteria.
 

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Domenic

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Would the following do?

=IF($A$1="A",SUMPRODUCT(--($B1:$E2="Fuel"),--($F1:$I2)),"")
 

Joe C

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Many thanks.
I got the array formula to work, but I am going to try both just to see if they will process faster.
 

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