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    Default Re: Sum total in S7:S2000 w/ a twist

     
    =SUMPRODUCT((D7:D20<>"")*(H7:I20))
    This worked for me, thanks for such a quick response. I had been racking my brain for couple of hours, and decided to ask (I never really understood how Product work, still don't but I should probably look it up now).

    I've been reading the forums off an on for a few years, but this was my first post!

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    Default Re: Sum total in S7:S2000 w/ a twist

      
    Quote Originally Posted by dabblerj View Post

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    =SUMPRODUCT((D7:D20<>"")*(H7:I20))
    This worked for me, thanks for such a quick response. I had been racking my brain for couple of hours, and decided to ask (I never really understood how Product work, still don't but I should probably look it up now).

    I've been reading the forums off an on for a few years, but this was my first post!
    Also...

    =SUM(SUMIF(D7:D20,"<>",H7:H20),SUMIF(D7:D20,"<>",I7:I20))

    This allows us to avoid invoking a SumProduct formula with the * syntax.
    Assuming too much and qualifying too much are two faces of the same problem.

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