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Tyring to create a formula that will add the total value in column G1:g80, but the stipulation is the corresponding column D must have "FZ", "-FZ", "+FZ", or VCFZ somewhere in the cell

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Column D                        Column G
+FZRA                              .023  
-FZTT                                .12
-TSRA                                .55

total will be .023+.12, do not add .55 since there is no FZ in column D
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Dave Brett earned 2000 total points
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=SUMIF(D1:D80,"*FZ*",G1:G80)

as FZ is common to FZ, -FZ, +FZ and VCFZ

hth

Dave
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