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I would like to do a sumif that has two criteria.

If Column A matches the value on cell D1.
If Column B has a value of "1"
Sum the values in column C.

How would this equation be? Thanks!!
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Question by:cansevin
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by:Phillip Burton
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That when you use not SUMIF, but SUMIFS.
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SUMIF is SUMIF(column1, criteria1, columntoadd)
SUMIFS is SUMIFS(columntoadd, column1, criteria1, column2, criteria2...)
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by:Phillip Burton
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So in this case, it's:

=SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,D1,B:B,"1")

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