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Sumifs statement with one criteria looking at multiple columns to sum

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I have a spreadsheet with multiple columns. In columns B, E and H, I have my payment type. In columns C, F and I are the payment amounts. I need to sum to total payments made by payment type. See attached spreadsheet as example. The formula in L5 should total $1,100, L6 should total $1,325, etc. How would i do this? Thanks!
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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 350 total points
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Use this formula:

=SUMPRODUCT((B7:H11="Visa")*1,C7:I11)

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by:zorvek (Kevin Jones)
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See attached.

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Total visa = =VLOOKUP(K5,$B$7:$C$11,2)+VLOOKUP(K5,$E$7:$F$11,2)+VLOOKUP(K5,$H$7:$I$11,2)
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by:barry houdini
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You can use SUMIF, i.e. this formula in L5 copied down

=SUMIF(B$7:H$11,K5,C$7:I$11)

regards, barry
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They all worked. Thanks for the example too Kevin!
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