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If i have two columns

one

High          25
High          50
Low           75
Medium    10
High          35

How can use some formula to calculate the sum of col b if col a = "High"

Many thanks
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SUMIF("A:A", "=High", "B:B")

HTH,
Dan
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you can use SUMIF formula for this case
=SUMIF(A1:A5;"High";B1:B5)

\\Dan is obviously faster typer :)
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Thanks lads!
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