Why does the SUM formula not work?

I trust someone can figure out what is causing a simple SUM statement to fail.  My suspicion is that it has something to do with the values being generated in cells DI11 through DX65.
First, I am trying to use the following formula to test for multiple conditions.
=IF(OR(ISTEXT(B11)=TRUE, ISTEXT(C11)=TRUE, ISTEXT(D11)=TRUE, ISTEXT(E11)=TRUE, ISTEXT(F11)=TRUE), "1", "0")
If any of the cells referenced in the formula are true, I want a one (1) in the cell.  If any of the cells referenced in the formula are false, I want a zero (0) in the cell.
While the formula seems to work the way I want it, the SUM formula does not total.
What suggestions are there for fixing this anomaly?
Bill aka CowboyWM
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
see it works now.

the problem was when you put the "1" in double qoutes and SUM does not work in text. anything input which is between double qoutes excel considers it as text not a number.

so i fixed it, now your SUM works.  check the attached file.
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
The above formula works, but this could be greatly simplified by using this formula instead (copied down):
DI11: =IF(COUNTA(B11:F11)>0,1,0)
DJ11: =IF(COUNTA(I11:M11)>0,1,0)
..and so on for the remaining columns.

I've attached a modified version of your workbook with all these formulas updated.

Regards,
-Glenn
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cowboywmAuthor Commented:
Long hours causes errors not easily seen.  A second pair of eyes is just what I was looking for.  Thank you for pointing out my oversight.

Bill aka CowboyWM
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