## How do you sum by criteria in Excel?

If you want, you can apply the criteria to one range and sum the corresponding values in a different range. For example, the formula =SUMIF(B2:B5, “John”, C2:C5) sums only the values in the range C2:C5, where the corresponding cells in the range B2:B5 equal “John.”

## How do I sum values based on criteria in another column in Excel?

(1) Select the column name that you will sum based on, and then click the Primary Key button; (2) Select the column name that you will sum, and then click the Calculate > Sum. (3) Click the Ok button.

**How do you use Sumif and/or together?**

Adding Multiple SUMIF Functions

- =SUMIF(B2:B10,”Banana”,D2:D10)+SUMIF(B2:B10,”Apple”,D2:D10)
- =SUMIF(B2:B10,G2,D2:D10)+SUMIF(B2:B10,G3,D2:D10)
- =SUM(SUMIF(B2:B10,{“Banana”,”Apple”},D2:D10))
- =SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(B2:B10,G2:G3,D2:D10))

**Can you use Sumif and if together?**

Using SUMIF() and IF() functions together to conditionally add different numbers. But let’s say you want to add up one set of numbers in one case, and another if something else is true. You can use IF to put together two SUMIFs.

### How do you sum values based on criteria in another column in sheets?

To add up numbers that have a specific text in another column in the same row, your simply supply the text of interest in the criterion argument of your SUMIF formula. As usual, any text in any argument of any formula should be enclosed in “double quotes”.

### How do you sum cells when value changes in another column?

Enter this formula: =IF(A3<>A2,SUM($B$2:B2)-SUM($C$1:C1),””) into a blank cell beside your data range that you want to sum, C2, for example, and then drag this formula down to the cells that you want to get the results, and the cells in column B have been added together based on the value changes in column A.

**How do you sum a range with multiple criteria?**

Excel SUMIFS Function

- Summary. SUMIFS is a function to sum cells that meet multiple criteria.
- Sum cells that match multiple criteria.
- The sum of the cells that meet all criteria.
- =SUMIFS (sum_range, range1, criteria1, [range2], [criteria2].)
- sum_range – The range to be summed.
- Excel 2007.

**What is the difference between SUMIF and Sumifs?**

The only difference between Excel SUMIFS & SUMIF functions is that SUMIFs can check for multiple criteria at once, while SUMIF can check for one criterion at a time. The SUMIF formula returns the sum of cells based on one criterion (a result that matches one condition).