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I am using Sumproduct formula but getting error '#Value!

=SUMPRODUCT((Dept="FI")*--(Age="0-2")*--(YesNo="Yes")*--(Range))

It works fine with just

=SUMPRODUCT((Dept="FI")*--(Age="0-2")*--(YesNo="Yes"))

but with the added Range !!!!

the range is the amount column so I am expecting the result to be the sum of all items with FI where the age band is 0-2 and YesNo is = Yes.

Appreciate someones help on this please.
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Question by:Jagwarman
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Is Range the same size as the other ranges?

Try also, instead:

=SUMPRODUCT((Dept="FI")*(Age="0-2")*(YesNo="Yes"),Range)
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Check the data in Range for any error values
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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or maybe there is text within that range which gives error with --
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