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I need this to use current row cell as criterion  =SUMIF(Table1[AA],"A*",Table1[BB])

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I have this from previous question

 =SUMIF(Table1[AA],"A*",Table1[BB])

The A* adds everything beginning with an A

I am entering a sumif formula in column C

I need to add anything in column B where the column A entry matches the current entry row of column C.

Without using  a Table, this looks like:

Sumifs example
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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enter this in C6 and then copy it to any row
=sumif(A:A,A6,B:B)
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by:anthonymellorfca
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that improves the speed of the example image I have given, but doesn't work in the scenario of my question.
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Can you upload a small sample. I am not good at setting up tables.
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barry houdini earned 500 total points
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If you click on the cells the formula should be constructed for you - try this version in Excel 2007

=SUMIF(Table1[AA],Table1[[#This Row],[AA]],Table1[BB])

.......or this should work in Excel 2010 or later

=SUMIF(Table1[AA],Table1[@AA],Table1[BB])

regards, barry
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by:anthonymellorfca
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brill. :-)   where do you learn that stuff?
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