Using SUMPRODUCT to add values

Hello, I have this formula which sounds the number of transactions between two dates with the value PAID by it in the spreadsheet.

=SUMPRODUCT((Transactions!B:B>=C4)*(Transactions!B:B<=D4)*(Transactions!L:L="Paid"))

It works well, however can I use this same formula with SUMPRODUCT to count the transaction value (which is in column G for each row it matches)

Thanks,

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byundtMechanical EngineerCommented:
You most certainly can use SUMPRODUCT to both add up values as well as count:
=SUMPRODUCT((Transactions!B:B>=C4)*(Transactions!B:B<=D4)*(Transactions!L:L="Paid")*(Transactions!G:G))
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byundtMechanical EngineerCommented:
You can also use a SUMIFS formula, which may be faster to calculate:
=SUMIFS(Transactions!G:G,Transactions!B:B,">=" & C4,Transactions!B:B,"<=" & D4,Transactions!L:L,"Paid")
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