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SUMIF Question for Combining Two Range

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by Ed Khoo, Dec 31, 2018.

  1. Ed Khoo

    Ed Khoo New Member

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    Dear Mr/Mrs Expert,

    I would like to explain that L3:L51 is my sum range. How to combine the two range as below? Hope there is some expert to help me out. Thank you

    SUMIF(S3:S51,"",L3:L51)
    SUMIF(W3:W51,"",L3:L51)
  2. AliGW

    AliGW Active Member

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    Combine in what way? SUMIFS will provide you with an AND result:

    =SUMIFS(L3:L51,S3:S51,"",W3:W51,"")
  3. Ed Khoo

    Ed Khoo New Member

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    Thank you Ms AliGW, the function is work :)
  4. AliGW

    AliGW Active Member

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    You're welcome! :)

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