Validate two columns with SUMIF

ivan_fuzz

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How can I use sumif to look for "ABC" in column A, if it finds it....then sum B1:B10, then populate a "y" in C1?

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SIXTH SENSE

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Hi!
why not use sumproduct!
Code:
=Sumproduct(--(a1:a10="ABC"),B1:b10)

Whats, the criteria of puting a "y" in the C1?
 

ivan_fuzz

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The criteria is to finalized the row. If the conditions were met, "y" in C1.

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