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I have an excel spreadsheet with multiple tabs.  I am working on a tab called summary and I want column C to equal the sum of Tab all deals column M when column J = Civilian
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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by:NBVC
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Create a list of all the tabnames in your workbook somewhere, select that list and name it by typing a name in the NameBox just to the left, for example SheetNames

Then enter a formula like:

=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&SheetNames&"'!J:J"),"Civilian",INDIRECT("'"&SheetNames&"'!M:M")))
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by:Matt Pinkston
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all I am looking for is one formula for one column

sum of all deals column M when all deals column J = civilian
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by:Matt Pinkston
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isn't it something like this

=SUMIF(!all dealsJ:J, "Civilian", !all deals M:M)
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I thought you were going across multiple sheets.... I didn't pick up that it was one sheet...

if it's one sheet named all deals, then

=SUMIF('all deals'!J:J, "Civilian",'all deals'!M:M)
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