Sum up neither “A” nor “B” values – How to use DSUM function in Excel [video]
We know how to use SUMIFS function to answer questions like, “What is the sum of values for ‘A’?” But how would you answer questions like,
- What is the sum of values that are neither “A” nor “B”?
We can still use SUMIFS, but it will get awfully long. So let’s turn our attention to other functions in Excel.
You can use either DSUM or SUMPRODUCT to answer questions like this.
Using DSUM function to sum up neither “A” nor “B” values
Check out below video to understand how to use both DSUM & SUMPRODUCT formulas to calculate sum of neither “A” nor “B” values.
You can also watch this video on our YouTube Channel.
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More formula examples:
Check out below formula examples to up your Excel game.
- Writing Either Or formulas in Excel
- XOR condition in Excel
- Filtering values that meet multiple conditions
- Introduction to SUMIFS, SUMPRODUCT formulas
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