Calculate summary in one column based on value in another one in Excel 2010

Tried this formula based on one I found on this site. Mine doesn't work.
I want to enter the account numbers in the top summary area and get all of the values from the PO. Trying just one page for now but would like to be able to do it from all 3 pages for larger POs.
=SUMPRODUCT(($A$18:$A$39 =E10)*($J$18:$J$39))
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maryj152Asked:
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barry houdiniCommented:
SUMIF is better for a single condition, i.e.

=SUMIF($A$18:$A$39,E10,$J$18:$J$39)

In this case that works because SUMIF ignores the text values in column J which are leading to #VALUE! errors for SUMPRODUCT

regards, barry
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maryj152Author Commented:
That works on one page . Now how do I identify the columns on all three different pages?
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maryj152Author Commented:
This is what i tried
=SUMIF(page1!$A$18:page3!$A39,e10,page1!$J$18:page3!$J$39)
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barry houdiniCommented:
"3d" ranges (ranges across multiple sheets) don't work with SUMIF. For only 3 worksheets you could just add 3 SUMIF formulas together like this:

=SUMIF(page1!$A$18:$A$39,E10,page1!$J$18:$J$39)+SUMIF(page2!$A$18:$A$39,E10,page2!$J$18:$J$39)+SUMIF(page3!$A$18:$A$39,E10,page3!$J$18:$J$39)

or this formula is more easily extensible for multiple worksheets

=SUM(SUMIF(INDIRECT("page"&{1,2,3}&"!$A$18:$A$39"),E10,INDIRECT("page"&{1,2,3}&"!$J$18:$J$39")))

regards, barry
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