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Is there a way to use sumif to see if something is not equal

ie

sumifs (prods, yr,2011, code, ?????????)

I would like to check if code is not equal "32", "35","36"

Is there a way to do this?
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Question by:morinia
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<> "32", <> "35", <> "36"
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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See if this works. Not checked

=sumproduct(prods*( yr=2011)*( (code <>32)+(code <>35)+(code <>36)))
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=SumIfs (prods, yr,2011, code, "<>32", code, "<>35", code, "<>36")

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